Conservation & Green Economy
Paul McCartney cited the lyrics of "Back in the USSR" on Thursday as he urged Russian President Putin to release 30 Greenpeace activists who have been detained for nearly two months.
The vast majority of Americans say global warming is real, serious and man-made -- especially in coastal and drought-stricken areas.
Greenhouse gases are making the world's oceans hot, sour and breathless, and the way those changes work together is creating a grimmer outlook for global waters, according to a new report Wednesday.
Poisoned seafood, scorched forests, flooded homes and crumbling bridges are just some of the problems the South can expect as the earth's climate changes and temperatures heat up in future decades, a new report says.
Russia on Tuesday transferred the "Arctic 30" Greenpeace activists by train from the Arctic Circle city of Murmansk, where they had been held since late September, to Saint Petersburg.
U.N. talks on climate change reopened in the aftermath of the "sobering" super typhoon Haiyan and a slew of warnings about extreme weather events to come.
The Philippines is still picking up the pieces in the aftermath of the typhoon Haiyan, but there are good reasons for suspecting that the devastating storm is linked to global warming and climate change.
Texans soon will have a shot at a rebate when buying electric or natural gas vehicles, but lawmakers have limited the incentives available.
Natural gas production from Ohio's Utica shale is rising fast, according to Chesapeake Energy Corp.
The Netherlands asked an international tribunal Wednesday for the release of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise and activists who were on board when it was seized by Russia after a protest near a Gazprom oil rig.
Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet? Climate scientists have seen the data - and they are coming to some incendiary conclusions.
One of Minnesota's largest ethanol plants is being sold in a $101 million two-plant deal to Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc.
Climate change will pose sharp risks to the world's food supply in coming decades, a leaked U.N. draft report revealed.
A year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday to make it easier for states and local governments to respond to weather disasters.
Hundreds of coal workers gathered Tuesday in front of the U.S. Capitol as Sen. Rand Paul and other coal-state lawmakers accused the Obama administration of waging a "war on coal" with new environmental rules.