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Her father blames police, but they deny firing weapons that could have badly injured her.
Overregulation isn't the reason the fossil fuel industry has lost so many jobs in the past couple of years.
It's yet another indication that he has no qualms at all about mixing politics and business.
Watch our video on what the EPA will look like come Jan. 20.
He changed his stance on climate change -- again.
How it went down: Water cannons, rubber bullets, tear gas in freezing temps.
"Our job is to mobilize and educate and to fight back at every instance."
Bernie Sanders, Annie Leonard, Wendell Berry, and more on where we go from here.
Michael Torrey was asked to pick between lobbying and transitioning the Department of Agriculture.
Law enforcement blasted protesters with water, pepper spray, and rubber bullets Sunday night.
Law enforcement blasted protestors with water, pepper spray, and rubber bullets Sunday night.
An upcoming documentary features big names and creative thinkers.
"The train to a global, clean energy future has already left the station."
An obscure Gingrich-era law will let Congress undo Obama-era rules.
Pawnee, Okla., has seen nearly 800 earthquakes in the past year, including the biggest one ever recorded in the state.
In the states already hit hard by climate change, action is urgent — with or without the federal government.
COP22 wraps up with countries determined (for now) to keep Paris Agreement on track.
Police sprayed about 400 people in 20-degree temperatures, according to numerous reports.
No plane is good for the climate, but some are better than others. Advice columnist Umbra Fisk reveals why.