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While Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) has banned the words "climate change" from official state documents, one small, underdeveloped coastal village suffering from the impacts of sea-level rise is trying to figure out how to adapt.
Oregon lawmakers trying yet again to pass a comprehensive climate bill are just starting to grapple with the state's huge timber industry.
Finland sides with democracy and fighting climate change, its deputy prime minister said yesterday, as President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a historic summit in Helsinki.
Ireland's several-year drought has revealed a new henge, a Neolithic-era circular bank that has been obscured by crops for some 5,000 years.
A small bit of kelp that washed up on an Antarctic beach has given researchers surprising new insight into the continent's future. Antarctica may not be as isolated from the rest of the world as scientists once believed — and climate change could soon make it possible for new species to invade the region, dramatically upsetting its local ecology.
Fourteen years ago, University of Washington researcher Daniel Jaffe installed an air pollution monitor on a mountainside outside Eugene, Ore.
A tax on carbon could generate billions in government revenue with few negative economic consequences, according to a series of new studies rolled out amid renewed interest in the policy on Capitol Hill.
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk, the billionaire whose electric cars and solar technology have been lauded as the cutting edge of climate action, is trying to recover from a weekend that saw his company's stock tumble and his green credentials called into question.
Neil Chatterjee wants you to know that he believes in man-made climate change.
Researchers have just identified an unexpected potential consequence of climate change: It could threaten millions of people's access to the internet.
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) is preparing to introduce legislation that would pause federal regulations on climate change in exchange for an escalating tax on carbon emissions, according to draft legislation obtained by E&E News.
Climate scientist Ben Sanderson is among the first researchers to leave the United States to participate in France's Make Our Planet Great Again Program.
Tesla Inc. customers who want tax credits for buying an electric vehicle may soon be out of luck.
A massive iceberg drifting off Greenland has triggered fears of flooding if it breaks up, leading the authorities to evacuate a high-risk zone.
The United Kingdom has been powered for 1,000 hours without coal in 2018, marking the acceleration of a trend toward renewables and away from coal-fired power.
As California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) prepares for his star-studded climate conference in September, his critics on the left are getting ready, too.
The EPA and Interior Department would be barred from muzzling employees who want to talk about climate change under a new measure filed by three House Democrats.
Experts say Andrew Wheeler's EPA should be talking more about climate risk to human health, even if it doesn't say the words "climate change."
Green groups are pouring more money into House races during this year's midterm elections than they did during the presidential cycle of 2016.
The nation's most ambitious program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from gasoline has failed despite a bipartisan, 11-year effort that has cost taxpayers and companies billions.