She also said, in her acceptance speech, "we can save our planet while creating millions of good-paying clean-energy jobs"
Blazes have reportedly risen 500 percent on public lands since the late 1970s
Gene Karpinski, head of the League of Conservation Voters, will draw a stark contrast between the climate views of Clinton and Trump
Presidential candidates begin to make clear their stark differences on climate change, energy production and stem cell research
The battle grows over whether Exxon misled the public about climate change
Droughts and other extremes can cause dangerous economic shocks
And Democratic leaders think younger voters will respond
The Environmental Protection Agency declares that jet exhaust endangers public health by contributing to climate change
He is for natural gas and oil drilling, yet also for cutting greenhouse gas emissions
Scientists are trying to convert carbon dioxide emissions into something of value—without using too much energy
Three former Treasury secretaries say firms are not giving investors honest information
And one representative says it's a conspiracy to cover up the government spread of beetles
Is a traumatic sense of loss freezing action against climate change?
As early as the 1950s, the groups shared scientists and publicists to downplay dangers of smoking and climate change
Heat drops after El Niño but remains at record global highs
Renewable energy cut, price on carbon opposed
Eleven representatives who are trying to change their party's attitude note that climate and energy are missing from the convention agenda
A newer type of fuel injection offers better fuel economy, but paradoxically increases black carbon emissions—meaning a pollution trade-off. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A dramatic rise in “danger days” is underway
Earth science professor says Mike Pence just “doesn't care”