South African environmental groups have challenged the government’s decision to grant permission for a water project which aims to supply developments for its future coal reserves.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. sees an end to the gloom for solar manufacturers as demand in China stabilizes and free-falling panel prices bottom out.
An intense drought related to this year’s El Niño phenomenon has precipitously lowered the level of Panama’s Gatun Lake, forcing the country’s Canal Authority to impose draft limits this week on ships moving through the waterway’s recently expanded locks.
New York state is preparing for a “worst-case scenario” as water levels rise along Lake Ontario where flooding caused extensive damage in 2017, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
Reaching global net-zero emissions by 2050 could substantially boost the economies of developing countries, particularly those in Africa, according to a new study.
Congress appears highly unlikely to overhaul the National Flood Insurance Program despite promises early this year that lawmakers would approve major changes to make premiums more affordable and improve the maps that define the nation’s flood zones.
Democrats are beginning to sound like Republicans as they try to boost renewable energy.
Climate hawks have never enjoyed a legislative session like the one that just ended in Washington state.
The climate bill that House Democrats plan to vote on this week wouldn’t reduce a single ton of greenhouse gas emissions.