The Donald’s energy vision is a dystopian nightmare, which would increase US emissions and collapse international efforts to combat climate change
Billionaire businessman-turned politician places coal and steel at heart of economic plan, delivers veiled threat to green regulations
Belief in global warming and policies to tackle greenhouse gas emissions are becoming a key dividing line ahead of the 2016 election
Despite the Republican US presidential candidate’s claim that climate change is a hoax, a new survey has found that more than half of his supporters believe global warming is happening
President Barack Obama and Governor Romney did not mention the ‘c’ word in the third and final election debate, but that did not stop climate change dominating discussions on foreign policy.
New climatesilence website aims to track statements made by both US Presidential Candidates, ahead of the elections on 6 November.
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Legislation that would protect coal mines from closure and make Federal funding of renewables projects more difficult will be debated in Congress this week
Today’s headlines, Glasgow’s disused mines to heat the city, African farmers find ways to tackle drought and Obama says climate change is “not a hoax”.
Speaking to a crowd at Iowa State University, Obama calls of student to choose an energy future good for both the economy and the planet.
Senator Harry Reid assures industry that the tax credit scheme will be renewed and takes swipe at climate sceptics.