Energy & Environment
Obama is pushing agencies to cut their emissions by more than 40 percent.
A letter asks the Appropriations Committee to make defunding the rule a priority.
“Any suggestion that the review was ‘rushed’ is baseless and without merit."
The oil sands industry will have specific emissions caps under the plan.
She added that her plan to subsidize alternative energy would not entail a middle-class tax hike.
The Supreme Court said the rule was improperly written.
The new admission adds about 85,000 new vehicles to the ongoing VW emissions scandal.
The House Democratic leader cited "the need to reduce carbon pollution."
The GOP front-runner says he doesn't generally like subsidies.
Environmental activists are setting their sights on new battles over fossil fuels.
Resolution says the U.S. should not comply with any deal unless senators sign off.
The company has issued a $1,000 "goodwill" offer to drivers.
Obama is trying to contribute the money to a U.N.-backed fund for poor nations.
“I’ve been able to see first-hand the benefits of renewable fuels,” Chris Soules says.
Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is suing despite Gov. John Hickenlooper's objections.
Now is the time to align our efforts to realize more efficient and effective outcomes.
“Worry more about your children and your grandchildren than your campaign contributions."
Sen. James Inhofe is challenging the leadership of a key environmental advisory panel.
Rep. Johnson accuses chairman of harassing scientists.
Republicans unable to stop an international deal are targeting $3B in U.S. commitments.
Our national parks and forests provide significant and often overlooked economic benefits.
“It’s a very frustrating time in this Congress right now," said Rep. Schakowsky of GOP pushback.
Goldblum and Ed Begley, Jr., are featured in a satirical video from a green group.
Whistleblowers say the study was “rushed,” according to Rep. Lamar Smith.