Energy & Environment
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.
The North Carolina race has emerged as one of the most competitive.
From July through September, 62 lobbyists raised $11 million for Clinton.
A federal task force is recommending a slew of industry and government measures to improve the...
Last month was only the second-hottest September on record.
A federal judge says the agency is not properly taking job losses into account.
The new standards update 25-year-old BLM rules.
The groups oppose John Hickenlooper's position on fracking.
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
The Watts Bar 2 reactor in Tennessee has entered commercial operation.
The Sierra Club purchased a filter for Wednesday's final presidential debate of 2016.
Negotiators agreed to reduce the use of HFCs at a weekend conference.
OPINION | Corn-based ethanol is good for our vehicles, environment, and even our pocketbooks.
"Will try," Tom Steyer replied. "On it."
More cities face problems similar to the ones that led to the Flint, Mich., drinking water crisis.
Exxon Mobil said New York's attorney general is biased.
Climate change is turning into a critical election issue for many candidates.