- Kan. lawmaker, allies push for renewable energy Updated: Dec-06-13 9:16 pm
- Researcher studying long-term weather forecasting Updated: Dec-06-13 4:19 pm
- Whitehouse: climate bill possible before 2016 Updated: Dec-06-13 1:40 pm
- Smog at extremely hazardous levels in Shanghai Updated: Dec-06-13 7:01 am
- Obama to feds: Boost renewable power 20 percent Updated: Dec-05-13 2:36 pm
- LePage: Maine to benefit from new sea lane Updated: Dec-05-13 1:23 pm
- Group divided over how to cut Washington emissions Updated: Dec-04-13 3:34 pm
- Heineman cancels Nebraska study on climate change Updated: Dec-03-13 7:14 pm
- Federal study warns of sudden climate change woes Updated: Dec-03-13 6:19 pm
- Tahoe women complete Mount Kenya climb Updated: Dec-01-13 4:44 pm
- 2013 Atlantic hurricane season comes to an end Updated: Nov-30-13 12:07 pm
- Researchers say Arctic Ocean leaking methane Updated: Nov-29-13 6:16 pm
- Cuomo: Funding approved for NYC waterfront project Updated: Nov-29-13 4:59 pm
- Western states want delay in wolverine listing Updated: Nov-29-13 4:01 pm
- Company says it can help farmers weather changes Updated: Nov-28-13 12:43 pm
- Well-known hurricane forecast center faces closure Updated: Nov-27-13 2:17 pm
- Travel Roundtable: Thanksgiving transit advice Updated: Nov-27-13 3:17 am
- GMP, U of Vt. will study climate and energy Updated: Nov-26-13 6:07 pm
- Rio de Janeiro mayor to lead cities climate group Updated: Nov-26-13 11:46 am
- New Zealand judge rejects climate refugee plea Updated: Nov-26-13 6:11 am
- Weak 2013 Atlantic hurricane season draws to close Updated: Nov-25-13 5:31 pm
- EU climate chief says UN talks hinge on 2015 deal Updated: Nov-24-13 5:59 pm
- Smith student from Nevada named Rhodes Scholar Updated: Nov-24-13 4:52 pm
- Whitehouse talks climate change with MLB, NBA, NFL Updated: Nov-24-13 1:44 pm
- Bill would make Vt. 1st state to drop oil stocks Updated: Nov-24-13 12:23 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - Policies for promoting renewable energy will be on the Kansas Legislature's agenda next year, but a Democratic lawmaker and a key Republican senator gave dramatically different reasons Friday for why there should be a debate.
GREAT FALLS, Montana - What if decade-long cycles of wet and dry weather could be reliably predicted several years in advance?
CRANSTON, Rhode Island - U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse says he's optimistic Congress could consider comprehensive legislation to address the causes of climate change before President Barack Obama leaves office.
SHANGHAI - Shanghai authorities ordered schoolchildren indoors and halted all construction Friday as China's financial hub suffered one of its worst bouts of air pollution, bringing visibility down to a few dozen meters, delaying flights and obscuring the city's spectacular skyline.
WASHINGTON - Saying the government should lead by example, President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered the federal government to nearly triple its use of renewable sources for electricity by 2020.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Gov. Paul LePage says the state could benefit from climate change through the opening of a new maritime shipping route, the Northeast Passage.
SEATTLE - Gov. Jay Inslee stood with the governors of California and Oregon and a Canadian province official several weeks ago and agreed to put a price on greenhouse gas pollution and mandate the use of cleaner-burning fuels.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Gov. Dave Heineman has canceled a Legislature-approved study on climate change, saying it would duplicate research work by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
WASHINGTON - Hard-to-predict sudden changes to Earth's environment are more worrisome than climate change's bigger but more gradual impacts, a panel of scientists advising the federal government concluded Tuesday.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, California - Two Lake Tahoe-area women have successfully completed a rain-soaked climb to the summit of a 16,000-foot mountain in Africa in the name of women, business and the environment.
MIAMI - The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season has come to an end.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Ounce for ounce, methane has an effect on global warming more than 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide, and it's leaking from the Arctic Ocean at an alarming rate, according to new research by scientists at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
ALBANY, New York - The federal government has approved funding to start a $50 million flood-mitigation project along the Queens waterfront to better protect Howard Beach against rising sea levels and storm surges similar to those that caused extensive damage during Superstorm Sandy, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday.
SALT LAKE CITY - An organization of wildlife officials for Western states is asking the federal government to delay a possible listing for wolverines as a threatened species, which could mean an end to trapping outside Alaska for the animal's fur.
LEAWOOD, Kansas - Farmers may not be able to change increasingly wild weather swings, but a data-crunching company with an office in eastern Kansas says it can help them predict and adapt to them.
FORT COLLINS, Colorado - A well-known hurricane forecast program at Colorado State University faces potential closure after losing much of its funding.
So you're heading out of town for Thanksgiving. Be warned: You're wading into a vast sea of people doing exactly the same thing, moving across the United States on one of the hugest travel weekends of all - with a lot of rough weather in the mix.
BURLINGTON, Vermont - Vermont's flagship university and its largest power company will work together to develop energy efficiency programs and seek ways to protect the environment under an agreement announced Tuesday.
NEW YORK - Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes (payz) will succeed New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg as head of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - A New Zealand judge on Tuesday rejected a Kiribati man's claim that he should be granted refugee status because of climate change.
MIAMI - The 2013 Atlantic season has delivered the fewest hurricanes since 1982, U.S. forecasters said Monday, despite their predictions in May that it would be a busier than normal year.
WARSAW, Poland - After another U.N. climate conference gave only modest results, European Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard says the process needs to provide a "substantial answer" to global warming in two years to remain relevant.
RENO, Nevada - A Smith College senior from Nevada says she feels "overwhelmed" after becoming the first Rhodes Scholar from the United States in the 143-year history of the prestigious women's school in Northampton, Massachusetts
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse is praising the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball and other professional sports organizations for taking steps to address climate change.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - To Sen. Anthony Pollina, it makes sense that if Vermont wants to strike a blow against climate change, it should have its pension funds divest from oil, coal and other fossil fuel companies.