The latest news on global warming
Green-minded investment groups continue to apply pressure on corporations.
Flaring destroys huge stores of natural gas and pours carbon into the atmosphere, but stopping the waste will take money, know-how and infrastructure.
Exelon's CEO says the cost of cutting greenhouse gas emissions won't be cheap, but it may be far worse with the wrong approach.
Increases in rainfall threaten to inundate reservoirs—and even fuel forest fires.
House leaders say that Rep. John Dingell, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, will likely push through a new global warming bill this spring, presenting the administration with a new battle over the environment and energy policy.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Stephen Johnson said this morning that he was attempting to protect his agency's ability to defend itself in court when he initially redacted documents turned over to a congressional committee concerning his dispute with California over global warming regulations.
As the Bush administration turns a blind eye, at least the polar bears have allies in Congress.
If cows and sheep can, I'm positive we can.
Unlocking the value of using less power.
The fight against global warming is creating a panoply of jobs.