A warmer world will have adverse effects on wildlife. We can help save animals, but it will take savvier approaches, scientists say.
China, the world leader in both economic growth and carbon emissions, faces the dilemma of how to respond to the challenges of global warming while not harming its robust economy.
New water reforms passed by the California Legislature Wednesday include repairing infrastructure, providing more reliable resources to a growing state, and protecting the environment.
Sweeping changes could affect the United States' management of oceans, including offshore energy development.
The California governor wants to use his own plan to push the state toward using 33 percent renewable energy by 2010. But it might not be legal.
Energy source or more trouble for the environment?
New coal-fired power plants will capture CO2 and inject it into the earth.
The chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is committed to renewable energy.
Lawmakers craft a bill that will move the US to a far cleaner energy policy.