Overnight Energy & Environment
The EPA's massive pollution control plan for the Chesapeake Bay is legal, a federal court ruled...
The House voted 247-180 Wednesday to effectively delay the EPA rule
An EPA report says the U.S. stands to lose $180B by the end of the century due to climate change.
The eagerly-awaited encyclical will add his voice and papal clout to the climate debate.
The pope's highly anticipated climate change encyclical was leaked on Monday.
The administration wants to formally declare carbon emissions from airplanes harmful.
Leaders of seven of the world’s largest economies agreed to limit global warming to 2 degrees.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee approved the bill in a near unanimous vote.
Six major European oil companies want the UN to help implement global carbon pricing.
President Obama tied climate to security on Wednesday.
The Obama administration wants to give states more input on future listings.
The Senate GOP bill will be a multi-pronged approach to fight the EPA rules.
The bill seeks to prioritize farmers and certain water uses.
Officials are citing public health in their pitch for policies to address climate change.
Pope Francis delivered his long-awaited encyclical on the environment Thursday.
Bills in both chambers would cut funding and block several new regulations.
Sen. Dan Sullivan is “seriously contemplating” placing a hold.
The appeals court said it can't review regulations before they are made final.
The EPA said Thursday that it found no “widespread, systemic” contamination problems.
Energy and Commerce Chairman Fred Upton said lifting the ban “can be a win.”
The Senate Appropriations panel approved a $35.4B energy and water funding bill Thursday.
Senate Republicans made the case for states, not the EPA, being charged with protecting waterways.
Duke Energy Corp. pleaded guilty to nine federal criminal charges tied to a coal ash spill.
Pope Francis’ closest adviser defended a forthcoming encyclical on climate change.