Energy & Environment
US policymakers must scrutinize Europe's misinformed gamble on renewable energy.
More than 30 large whales have washed up on the shores of the Alaskan gulf since May.
The administration wants to restrict allowable methane emissions from landfills by about a third.
Conservation groups filed a petition more than eight years ago.
States, energy companies and business groups are preparing to sue the administration.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said an overhaul of federal chemical safety laws could come to the...
Senate Democrats walked out of a committee meeting, denying Republicans a quorum.
The Energy Department is seeking stronger efficiency standards for rechargeable batteries.
West Virginia's attorney general promised a challenge, but didn't name the states involved.
Murray Energy Corp. said it expects to topple the backbone of President Obama's climate push.
There is simply no path forward to deploying the technology it envisions in its rule.
The lawsuit asks the court to require EPA to regulate spills at industrial facilities.
The government has already spent $296.5 million to protect the bird and its habitat.
Environmental Protection Agency proposed new rules to limit emissions of the potent natural gas.
Climate activists say the rules are essential to protect the planet, but business groups say it...
The Supreme Court ruled against the EPA's major air pollution regulation in July.
The rules could cost businesses as much as $3.5 million inb compliance costs.
The EPA has gone well beyond any limits of reality and credibility.
A poll from a progressive group shows broad public support for the Obama administration’s new...
Green groups are vowing to defend the contentious rules against expected attacks.
A spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon applauded President Obama’s climate...
The agency will create new rules through a negotiated rulemaking process.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has told the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to rewrite...
The regulations were challenged by both industry groups and environmentalists.