US emissions are down and the biggest coal plant in the West will close. Hopefully, this won't be the last time in the next four years.
As Trump prepares to unleash a new era of fossil fuels, polls show 65% of Americans want the focus on renewable energy and 70% say climate change is real.
Obama added to the flurry of final actions to protect the environment against the incoming administration.
5 activists shut down all the pipelines from Canada to the US in an act of climate resistance and solidarity with Native Americans who are peacefully protesting the Dakota Access pipeline.
TransCanada's Energy East and tanker combination would threaten us with 900,000 barrels of oil every day.
Similar in size to Keystone and half-way complete, this pipeline got through without an environmental review or input from Native Americans.
Faced with a barrage of oil companies lobbying to begin fracking, Germany basically banned it.
China's coal consumption is finally headed down instead of up, giving the world a breath of relief.
In a first for a government, the Philippines are starting a full-fledged investigation of the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters.
90,000 people want a fracking ban included in the Democratic National Platform.