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Thanks to extra-high temperatures this month, California generated enough solar energy in one day to power 6 million homes.
Voters: Pay attention.
The former Veep won't be in Philadelphia, but he's definitely not voting for Trump.
Coal mining is disappearing in West Virginia and Kentucky. What will take its place?
The Atlantic, Washington Post, and Politico threw swanky parties for climate deniers.
Trump can't wait to fire EPA employees.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine appears to have an uncanny ability to appeal to people across the spectrum.
Advice columnist Umbra Fisk churns out answers.
Several thousand protesters hit the streets to demand an end to fracking and other types of fossil fuel extraction.
But it still needs to shift a whole more if we're to have a chance of staving off the worst of climate chaos.
The climate is complicated, but one thing is clear: We're all heading to a warmer world.
South Africa’s infamous sharks could become extinct, and that’s bad news.
New York's lawsuit paints the car company as one big pajama party of deception.
The Daily Show host came out of retirement with a message for conservatives.
His real goal is just helping Republicans win.
The former reality TV star has been trying to stop a wind project near one of his golf courses, but he's now out of luck.
Politicians copy industry talking points all the time, and it's harder to catch them in the act.
Siberia’s got a bad case of gas under its grass.
This Seattle-based climate justice coalition speaks out for women and communities of color.
And that's just in the part about regulation and energy.