New statistics show that the U.S.—thanks largely to fracking and energy efficiency—has energy-related CO2 emissions down 12% from the peak in 2007
New regulations from the EPA will make it almost impossible to build a new coal plant. But cheap natural gas was doing that already
More than 200 years of U.S. energy statistics show the dominance of fossil fuels like oil and coal. Will the trend change in the future?
President Obama is set to give a major address on climate change today — one that won’t include the Keystone XL pipeline. Will carbon regulations make a real difference?
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 …
China is burning almost as much coal as the rest of the world combined. We won’t solve global warming until that changes
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
In 2011 New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave $50 million to the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal program. A year later, has the money made the difference in the fight against coal? TIME’s Bryan Walsh spoke to Bloomberg to find …