Western farmers trying to get grain to market fear rising transport costs as oil companies increasingly turn to rail
Recording-breaking domestic oil production is likely to swamp any effort to inject climate change concerns into the 2014 elections
What does oil independence look like? Those living and working in North Dakota's booming Bakken oil field are seeing firsthand
All five cities vying to host the 2022 winter games could face some of the warmest weather they've ever seen when the Olympics open
Tropical ecosystems appear to be more sensitive to climate change and less able to store carbon – two developments surprising scientists
Nine paragraphs written for Newsweek in 1975 continue to trump 40 years of climate science. It is a record that has its author amazed
As the U.S. pivots toward burning natural gas for producing electricity, the air is getting cleaner
Small reactors in kit form are the latest idea aimed at reviving the fortunes of the nuclear power industry
Where and how you live makes the biggest difference in household climate change impacts, a new study suggests
A Drexel University study finds that a large slice of donations to organizations that deny global warming are funneled through third-party pass-through organizations that conceal the original funder...
With billions of pounds of salt spread on U.S. roads every year, researchers say that rivers, streams and lakes in the nation’s wintry cities are getting saltier
Investment funds may be exposing their investors to future losses by mismanaging climate risk
A land forged by fire and ice is losing the latter, and with the glaciers go a cultural and societal touchstone
No other coal deposit on the planet is so big, so close to the surface and so cheap to mine as the rich seams in eastern Wyoming and southern Montana. And that's made the Powder River Basin the locus of a national debate on how we develop fossil fuel reserves...
American Geophysical Union adds legal counseling to its Fall Meeting agenda, citing scientists' need to defend against increasing attacks on research, correspondence and public statements...
A proposal to assign responsibility for historic emissions prompts a fight over the future of the IPCC and what role the past has in the quest to limit future emissions
Bright blooms are a specialty of Seattle's farmers markets, but the Hmong farmers cultivating that niche market are losing their livelihood to an increasingly erratic Snoqualmie River
Thousands of delegates are gathered in Warsaw for another round of climate talks. On the other side of the globe, indigenous leaders say they're done with the U.N. talks
Cosmic rays can have played at most a very small part in global warming, new research finds
Contrary to claims by critics of wind power, Spanish researchers say, the turbines do reduce carbon dioxide emissions significantly even though the wind does not blow continuously