The Trump Administration released a sweeping federal climate report concluding that the Earth is warming at an alarming rate due to human activity.
President Donald Trump may soon have a chance to prove wrong the notion that economics will kill the U.S. coal industry and keep clean energy thriving.
U.S. solar developers are bracing for months of uncertainty after a federal trade agency ruled that imported panels are crippling American manufacturers, giving President Donald Trump until January to decide whether to impose tariffs.
Regional carbon markets are expanding in North America, putting a price on emissions from more power plants even as President Donald Trump seeks to ease restrictions on coal companies.
Nicaragua will reportedly join the Paris climate accord, leaving the U.S. and Syria as the only two nations left refusing to support the landmark deal to fight global warming.
A coalition of states that vowed to fight global warming is on track to meet its share of U.S. targets set under the Paris Climate Agreement, even as President Donald Trump guts federal environmental efforts.
Efforts by cities, states and corporations to fight global warming have put the U.S. halfway toward its Paris climate accord goal, even as President Donald Trump rolls back federal environmental efforts.
Shares of solar manufacturers rose sharply Thursday after President Donald Trump told supporters that mounting photovoltaic panels atop his proposed Mexican border wall would allow the project to pay for itself.
With the stroke of a pen, Donald Trump could undo decades of painstaking negotiations that brought almost 200 countries together into a global pact on climate change.
Donald Trump continued to distance himself from fellow world leaders over climate change at the G-7 summit, and said he’ll determine next week whether to pull the U.S. out of the landmark Paris climate accord.
The Trump administration, responding to skepticism about its commitment to the Paris climate accord from China and other countries, bluntly told them that it is putting American jobs first.
As President Donald Trump tries to rip U.S. climate change efforts out by the roots, world leaders are watching in silence.
Donald Trump criticized the wind-power industry this week for killing birds. A far bigger threat is real estate developers and their tall buildings.
Donald Trump would like you know that he supports renewable energy. What he doesn’t like is killing eagles.