It's only June, and all time-temperature records are being tied or sent tumbling in the West.Updated Jun 18, 2021 - Energy & Environment
More record temperatures are likely to fall Thursday as the wildfire threat escalates.Updated Jun 17, 2021 - Energy & Environment
Death Valley, California could approach its hottest-ever readings.Updated Jun 16, 2021 - Energy & Environment
Reports will need to use a set of peer reviewed, published models and emissions scenarios, researchers told the SEC.Jun 15, 2021 - Energy & Environment
Las Vegas may see its hottest temperature on record, as a relentless heat wave settles in for the week.Updated Jun 14, 2021 - Energy & Environment
The communique issued at the summit is lofty in goals, but it lacks crucial details on climate.Jun 14, 2021 - Energy & Environment
Dirty cargo ships urgently searching for cleaner propulsion alternatives might consider a new spin on an old idea: inflatable sails.
Why it matters: These panels help provide scientific guidance to the agency that can inform its rule-making on air quality standards and other environmental policies.
A record-breaking heatwave in the western part of the United States has caused fires in Montana, Arizona and California.
Why it matters: The West is already experiencing an intense drought, which studies show is being exacerbated by climate change. In the coming days, more than 40 million people in the West and Southwest could see temperatures exceed 100°F.
BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, said Thursday it's acquiring a London-based consulting firm's climate modeling system.
What's next: BlackRock plans to integrate the model into its proprietary tools to help clients reduce their portfolios' climate risk exposure.
It's the end of the beginning for Democrats' bid to steer climate legislation through the Senate with the narrowest possible majority.
Catch up fast: Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday will trigger the next "reconciliation" process — that is, crafting spending and revenue measures immune from Senate filibuster.
A dangerous and widespread mid-June heat wave is bringing blowtorch-like heat, skyrocketing power demand, and “critical” wildfire danger to much of the West Tuesday through this weekend.
Why it matters: The heat is building in a region that is experiencing a record drought, leading to dangerous fire weather conditions, straining electrical grids, and causing water supplies to dwindle further. The heat itself may prove deadly.
A new study finds a strong chance that climate change helped trigger the recent catastrophe that hit France's wine industry.