The latest news on greenhouse gases
Some environmentalists want to choose the worst of both worlds.
Q & A: Yvo de Boer discusses progress toward a global treaty.
As he rides off into the sunset, the president fails to round up greenhouse gas savings.
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.
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.
If cows and sheep can, I'm positive we can.