On The Menu For McDonald's: Cut Greenhouse Gas EmissionsMcDonald's announced a number of steps it will take to cut the greenhouse gases it emits into the air.
World Meteorological Organization: CO2 levels Surged In 2016The U.N. weather agency warned Monday that carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere increased at record-breaking speed last year.
D.C. Appeals Court Set To Hear Clean Power Plan CaseThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the Clean Power Plan, which aims to slow climate change by reducing power-plant emissions by one-third.
Appeals Court: Clean Power Plan Can Proceed Pending ReviewAn appeals panel in Washington on Thursday rebuffed efforts to delay enforcement of President Barack Obama's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions until legal challenges are resolved.
Can Trading Pollution Like Stocks Help Fight Climate Change?Widely derided by politicians on the left and the right, once thought dead even by its supporters, the idea of allowing companies to buy and sell pollution "rights" like stocks is now at the fore again
Texas Faces Less Stringent Goals In Final Clean Power PlanTexas faces a less stringent mandate under the final version of a federal plan to reduce power plants' greenhouse gas emissions.
Lone Star State City To Get Electricity Exclusively From Solar & WindA city in central Texas will be among the first in the U.S. to get its electricity exclusively from solar and wind energy.
North Texas Landfill Capturing Greenhouse GasAmericans throw away more trash per capita than any other country on the planet. That is a lot of trash. And where garbage piles up, there is a lot of gas. It is a matter of chemistry.
EPA Wants To Issue Texas Greenhouse Gas PermitsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has asked a Washington court to allow it to issue greenhouse gas permits in Texas, even though the state has asked the judges to stop the federal move.
EPA Taking Over More Texas Air PermitsTexas refuses to regulate greenhouse gases, so the federal Environmental Protection Agency will do it for the state.