The Trump administration's replacement for Obama's signature climate rule is meant to be a lifeline for the nation's coal-fired power plants, but it may be too late.
Without federal policy supporting nuclear energy, we'll run out of time to decarbonize.
A new report from the Environmental Working Group claims that Duke Energy, the nation's largest utility, is holding back the transition away from fossil fuels.
Protesters are concerned that the proposed coal mine would pollute local resources and remove Native land title claims.
A new multi-country survey found that there is little public support for coal projects in key countries for China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
A couple watches as water gushes from a pipe into the former Cottbus Nord open-cast coal mine in order to create the Cottbuser Ostsee artificial lake on April 24th, 2019, near Cottbus, Germany.
Coal miners give German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier a symbolic final chunk of coal in a ceremony at Schloss Bellevue presidential palace on April 3rd, 2019, in Berlin, Germany.
The former coal lobbyist, who has been a champion of Trump's deregulatory agenda without any of the ethical scandals of his predecessor, is all but guaranteed a confirmation.
In the final hours of COP24, human rights activists lament that nations still consider human rights a bargaining chip in climate negotiations.
Environmentalists are concerned that Poland's declaration could be used as an excuse to continue burning coal.
Will it be enough to save coal jobs?
Corporations with large carbon footprints tend to undermine global efforts to solve the climate crisis, according to climate advocates.
The low number is part of a steep and steady drop that's been ongoing since 2007.
Coal miners from Poland's Pniowek coal mine carry a painting of Saint Barbara on Barbórka, their annual day of tribute to Barbara, from the mine to their local church on December 4th, 2018, in Pawlowice, near Wodzislaw Slaski, Poland.
A new report assesses the greenhouse gas emissions attributable to coal, oil, and gas on public lands.
New research suggests that corporations pollute more when there aren't local papers to hold them accountable.
If we are to address legitimate concerns about workers who are left behind by a global economy, then shutting down borders and blaming foreigners is not a solution.