Astronomers propose new theories of planetary evolution after discovering distant planets with retrograde orbits.
Obama is prioritizing climate change research over human space exploration.
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The son of a researcher in South Africa stumbled across a skeleton that sheds new light on human evolution.
The Nobel-Prize-winning economist swoops into the climate change debate with a persuasive argument for cutting emissions.
A new ballot initiative aims to stall the state's ambitious emissions reduction scheme until unemployment drops by half.
Don Blankenship, CEO of the company that owns the exploded mine, is notorious for his negligence on safety issues and his anti-environmental stance.
Ocean acidification gets less attention than global warming, but its threat is just as real when it comes to climate change
The Arab Emirate's plans for a carbon-neutral city may be unrealistic, but they're still worth pursuing.
The EPA has finally restricted controversial mountaintop removal mining, a giant step for a country that gets 45 percent of its power from coal.
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Smaller, cheaper, and more flexible reactors may transform the nuclear landscape, according to Bill Gates and the Department of Energy.
Post health care, the explosive issue of climate legislation will rely on the leadership of a now angry senator
The editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller explains his Media Diet
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Concentrations of the greenhouse gas have reached a new high despite slowed industrial activity and predictions of a drop in emissions.
A Western cap-and-trade system is more important than ever as prospects for a national model look grim.
The Citizens United ruling may have opened the floodgates to attack ads that will keep lawmakers from voting for the bill.
A top climate official says China will work toward its greenhouse gas reduction goals despite being torn between "two different viewpoints" about the cause of global warming.
If Congress can't pass cap-and-trade, will the regulatory agency step up to the plate?