Energy & Environment
The Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday that it will not reclassify the gray wolf under the...
The Supreme Court’s decision against a key Obama administration air pollution rule is not stopping...
The EPA regulations are among the most contentious put forth by the agency.
The U.S. will have to triple its capacity of wind, solar and geothermal power sources.
State regulators put the finishing touches on the state’s controversial ban on hydraulic fracturing.
The agency’s deputy director said staff should reconsider their requests for this year's Burning...
Drivers in Idaho, Maryland, Rhode Island, Nebraska and Vermont will be charged more at the pump.
Josh Earnest said the decision won't hold back the administration’s clean power initiatives.
Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi sued the Obama administration Monday.
The court said the EPA did not properly consider the costs of the regulation.
The pope has repeatedly waded into contentious political debates.
Bureau of Land Management officials wants Burning Man organizers to spend $1 million on a VIP...
The Fish and Wildlife Service is declining to waive walrus protections.
Recent Canadian action on climate change helps justify the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline...
China will look to peak its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, invest in carbon-free energy and...
The South Korean government plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 37 percent from...
EPA critics see Monday's ruling as validation of their arguments.
The “stars are aligned” for a deal at a year-end summit, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said.
Environmental groups say the administration should revive the regulations.
The agency had won a string of federal cases before Monday's defeat.
The Supreme Court won't hear appeals over potential federal fines for the 2010 Gulf oil spill.
The Lancashire County Council rejected a hydraulic fracturing operation in a blow to the industry.
Industry volleys back that higher fees would disincentivize investment.
Thirteen Senate Democrats argued lifting the ban would hurt consumers and national security.