Energy & Environment
OPINION | Hillary Clinton missed golden opportunity at last debate.
OPINION | Clinton energy plan oversimplifies and doesn't solve complex issue
A federal judge says the agency is not properly taking job losses into account.
A coalition of conservative states and energy companies are fighting the rule in court.
OPINION | The presidential candidates have avoided some key issues in the campaign.
The deal asks airlines to offset carbon emissions through mechanisms like buying forestry credits.
Wine enthusiasts could save hundreds of dollars as a result of new federal regulations.
PHMSA's new rule comes from a pipeline safety law approved this year.
The EPA is settling water pollution claims with a coal company.
Both opponents and supporters of the rule predicted victory after oral arguments.
A new study says the U.S. will not hit its pledged 26 to 28 percent emissions cut.
Myron Ebell has often referred to warnings about global warming as climate "alarmism."
The new guidelines would reduce 200,000 tons of methane pollution, the EPA says.
A federal task force is recommending a slew of industry and government measures to improve the...
The new standards update 25-year-old BLM rules.
There’s very little chance that Congress could pass an economy-wide tax on carbon dioxide emissions...
The lawmakers are led by Ed Markey (Mass.) and Cory Booker (N.J.).
Officials hope to reach a deal to phase down the use of a warming-causing chemical.
An appeals court questioned if tribes had been given input into the government's review.
If the provinces don't adopt their own system, federal officials will step in with their own plan.
A federal judge is order the government to hold off on its plan to roll back measures to protect...
Ten judges appeared skeptical of both sides as they considered the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
OPINION | Holt must push answers on energy and climate change tonight
The rule changes how a species is petitioned for under the Endangered Species Act.