For the first time, states will have to show FEMA that they are dealing with climate change to get preparedness funding.
While renewable energy grows in Central America, Australia is reverting back to zero.
Spending more money than ever before, they are supporting candidates who will take action on climate change.
The Navy awarded contracts to three companies who will build its first on-site biorefineries - imagine ships running on waste fat!
Obama announced a long list of public and private actions, such as building codes that meet the highest standards and 540 renewable energy projects in rural areas.
This week, House Republicans vote on an energy package, a preview of what happens if they take control of the Senate.
Thanks to the Clean Air Act, people in cities are breathing in two-thirds less air toxics, such as mercury, benzene and lead.
Legislation would re-instate the Superfund tax, which has been allowed to lapse since 1995, leaving taxpayers holding the bag.
The two governments are setting the stage for joint cap-and-trade and carbon pricing, along with tackling wildfires and promoting clean vehicles.
The battle over EPA's power plant regulations proceeds as expected, with four public meetings across the US.