BP: Oil Demand to Peak by 2040, With 5x Growth in Renewables

The sea is rising three times faster than we thought.

An old coal-fired plant in North Dakota is trying to go green.

Climate Change, Conflict Leave 224 Million Undernourished in Africa

Climate Refugees in Florida Could Change the Politics There for Generations

Mueller, Russia and Oil Politics

Instability Mounts in Puerto Rico Amid Privatization Efforts and Power Authority's Cash Shortfall

Why Are More Cities Divesting From Big Oil? It's Moral -- and Practical

Potomac Pipeline Would Be 'Another Contradiction' From Larry Hogan


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Caribbean Residents See Climate Change as a Severe Threat but Most Americans Don't -- Here's Why

Leaked draft summary of UN special report on 1.5C climate goal – in full

Despite Coal Lobby, Australia to Double Solar Energy in 2018

We Are Drowning In Plastic, and Fracking Companies Are Profiting

Russia Will Have Exclusive Rights Over Oil and Gas Production in Syria

Renewables Now Contribute Nearly One-Fifth of U.S. Electricity Generation

Animals With White Winter Camouflage Could Struggle to Adapt to Climate Change

Bitcoin gobbles up clean energy — just when the real world needs it most

When someone tells you, “The climate is always changing,” show them this cartoon

How Water Scarcity Shapes the World's Refugee Crisis

Republican Lisa Murkowski says it’s time for her party to take climate change seriously.

Why Are More Cities Divesting From Big Oil? It’s Moral—and Practical

New Online Calculator Lets You See the Impact of Your Meat Intake

The Energy Department expects no decline in America’s carbon emissions by 2050.

ExxonMobil’s Climate Disinformation Campaign Is Still Alive and Well

Is the Oil Industry Canada's 'Deep State'?


'Short-Term Folly': U.S. Adds 38 Percent More Oil and Gas Rigs

Trump halted a study of coal’s health effects in Appalachia

Media Ignoring Puerto Rico’s ‘Shock Doctrine’ Makeover

So Elon Musk wants to launch Teslas into space? Let him.

'Plastic in All Sizes' Found Everywhere in Once Pristine European Arctic

Irish Parliament Votes to Ban New Fossil Fuel Exploration

The Case for Nationalizing Elon Musk

Stanford Engineers: Here's How 139 Countries Can Avoid Blackouts With 100% Clean Energy

Scott Pruitt Asks if Global Warming 'Necessarily Is a Bad Thing'

Why Elon Musk’s SpaceX launch is utterly depressing | Nathan Robinson

West's Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant Confirms Shutdown Plan, Miners Fight to Save Jobs

Idaho Lawmakers Strike Climate Change Language From New Science Standards

Climate 'Hero' Gets Three-Year Prison Sentence for Shutting Down Tar Sands Pipeline

Paris Considers Suing the Fossil Fuel Industry

First U.S. City to Ban Fossil Fuel Expansion Offers Roadmap for Others

Paris Considers Suing the Fossil Fuel Industry

Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

White House Withdraws Climate Skeptic for Top Environmental Job

Ex-chief of BP-acquired solar giant foresees renewables revolution

Tesla solar products are coming to a store near you.

Los Angeles Blames Wildfire on Homeless, But Evicting Them Won’t Solve the Real Problems: Climate Change and Urban Sprawl

NC Governor’s Office Occupied By Atlantic Coast Pipeline Protesters

Twin Cities Unions and Community Groups Shine Super Bowl Spotlight on Corporate Exploitation

Climate Impacts Nearly Half of U.S. Military Bases

Chevron Accused of $2 Million Witness Bribery Plot in Ecuador Pollution Case

Will Shell Turn From Big Oil Into Big Energy?

The U.S. Decided to Show Up for the U.N. Climate Conference — to Lobby for Coal

10 ways solar is transforming the U.S.

Volkswagen: the scandal that never ends.

Meet the Man Bringing Cheap Renewable Energy to His Hometown

Your Carbon Footprint Doesn’t Matter (Unless You’re Michael Bloomberg)

New emails reveal Scott Pruitt was personally involved in erasing climate data from EPA website

Sanchi Oil Spill Has Already Caused 'Serious Ecological Injury'

2017 Was the Hottest Year on Record for Oceans

World Leaders in Davos Reject 'America First, Environment Last'

How to Feed Ourselves in a Time of Climate Crisis

World's Oceans Last Year Hit Hottest Temperatures Ever Recorded... 'By Far'

Trump-Imposed Tariffs Claim First Victim as Solar Company Halts Hiring, $20 Million Expansion

200+ Scientists Want Trump-Backer and Climate Denial Funder Rebekah Mercer Kicked Off Natural History Museum Board

Maine Gov. Claims Wind Turbines Hurt State Tourism, But He Supports Offshore Drilling Expansion

The State of the U.S. Solar Industry: 5 Questions Answered

How Photography Shapes Our View of Native Americans

Geoengineering Carries ‘Large Risks’ for the Natural World, Studies Show

The United States will start taxing solar panel imports.

Environmental Activist Sued for Libel Over Facebook Comment About Oil and Gas Company

Society saves $6 for every dollar spent on climate change resilience

It's Official: 2017 Was the Hottest Year Without an El Niño

Bleaching Is Hitting Coral Reefs Faster Than Ever

Obama’s Hidden Role in Worsening Climate Change

Conservative and climate-conscious? Meet the eco-right.

Exclusive Photos Contradict Murray Energy CEO's Claim He Had “Nothing To Do with” Rick Perry's Coal Bailout

3 Reasons to Be Hopeful About Our P​lanet in 2018

Fracking Lobbyists Plan to Spend Big at Trump Hotel

New NASA Study Solves Climate Mystery, Confirms Methane Spike Tied to Oil and Gas

Puerto Rico Utility Workers Charge That Federal Government Is Hoarding Reconstruction Supplies

The Wind Chill Is 46 Below and Our Roof Is Full of Holes

Ford to invest $11bn and have 40 hybrid and fully electric vehicles by 2022

China to Plant New Forests the Size of Ireland This Year

Rescue phase ends in Montecito mudslide zone

The Irma Diaries: Hurricane Irma Survivor Stories Should Be a Climate Change Wake-Up Call

'It was like Niagara Falls': how California's rich and poor united against a tide of mud

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Organizing on a Sinking Ship: The Future of the Climate Justice Movement


Most Ohio conservatives want to pay for renewables and stop propping up coal.

New York City is taking BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, and Royal Dutch Shell to court.

'Tide Is Turning': Cheers Erupt for NYC's Suit Against Fossil Fuel Giants and for Divestment

If Democrats Want the Support of Millennials, They Should Cut Ties with the Fossil Fuel Industry

A deadly mudslide flowed through Southern California’s wildfire-blackened land.

Hundreds of Flying Foxes 'Boil' in Extreme Australia Heat

U.S. Regulators Reject Trump's 'Multi-Billion-Dollar Bailout' for Coal Plants

States Vow to Fight Trump’s 'Disastrous” Offshore Drilling Plans

Access to Firearms by Those With Mental Illness Is Not Fueling Mass Shootings

Is Climate Change Impacting Your Mental Health?

Get used to saying ‘bomb cyclone.’ This is our climate now.