Energy & Environment
The two disagree over the Paris climate agreement and many other energy issues.
The settlement is “fair, reasonable, and adequate," a federal judge said Tuesday.
The decision comes despite fierce protests from anti-expansion groups.
Francis’s landmark statement on climate change only solidified positions on the issue.
The ruling could help build a precedent of using climate change forecasts for decisions.
After nearly a year, ExxonMobil Corp. is revealing the subpoena New York’s attorney general sent it...
A bipartisan group of senators wants to complete a deal with Canada on softwood lumber.
The groups say the pipeline review "effectively ignores" established procedure.
The Democrats said the EPA should review a scientific assessment of its fracking study.
OPINION | Hillary Clinton missed golden opportunity at last debate.
The new guidelines would reduce 200,000 tons of methane pollution, the EPA says.
OPINION | Clinton energy plan oversimplifies and doesn't solve complex issue
Gore's opposition adds more political clout to the opposition to Dakota Access.
Jonathan Pershing says the emissions goals of the deal are "very much within grasp."
A group of protesters has set up camp on land owned by the pipeline developer.
More ride-sharing and better traffic coordination can help reduce fuel use.
Global carbon levels surpassed 400 parts per million in 2015.
Agencies are directed to partner with tribes and explore areas where more coordination is necessary...
A major environmental group wants to tie Republican House candidates to Exxon Mobil Corp. and its...
An agreement to cut the use of hydrofluorocarbons may need Senate approval.
OPINION | Unchecked population growth means unchecked pollution.
"These situations should generate a greater sense of urgency," the inspector general says.
The White House has started its formal regulatory review.
New York’s attorney general says a conservative “dark money machine” is helping Exxon Mobil Corp.