A report from the State Department concludes that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline will have little impact on carbon emissions. That will make environmentalists battle to fight the pipeline that much tougher.
The nuclear accident at Japan’s Fukushima plant caused the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people and sparked fears of a health catastrophe. But nearly two years after the meltdown, a World Health Organization reports says …
After the failure of cap and trade, many climate advocates have focused on energy innovation as a way to sidestep tough politics. But there’s avoiding the battle over climate change
In his State of the Union speech, Obama promised to boost oil and gas production even as he supports clean energy. It’s smart policy — but can he make it work?
Why has a single pipeline project gotten so much attention from the right and the left? TIME explains.
A drilling rig runs aground off the Alaska coast, underscoring the dangers of Arctic drilling
Wind and solar power had a great 2012, but they face major challenges in the new year
A new report predicts that up to 1,200 new coal plants could be built around the world. Why that would be game over for the climate
The IEA predicts that the U.S. will soon become the world’s biggest supplier of crude, thanks to a homegrown boom in production from shale oil. But while more domestic production will help the economy, it won’t ensure that the …