Southern Californians began recovering Thursday from unusually forceful Santa Ana winds that left thousands of homes without electricity and forced several communities to declare states of emergenc
China's Commerce Ministry on Friday announced an investigation into U.S. government policy and subsidy support for renewable energy, after a U.S.
Washington: Astronomers have discovered two clouds of gas which they believe were formed in the first few minutes after the Big Bang that created the universe.
Australia's Senate is set to pass laws on Tuesday putting a national price on carbon emissions, one of the country's most sweeping and divisive economic reforms that have been a decade in the makin
China's largest solar power plant developer has put a planned $500 million U.S. project on hold over an anti-dumping trade dispute, the company's general manager said on Monday.
Australia's parliament passed landmark laws to impose a price on carbon emissions on Tuesday in one of the biggest economic reforms in a decade, giving new impetus to December's global climate talk
Deaths and health problems from floods, drought and other U.S. disasters related to climate change cost an estimated $14 billion over the last decade, researchers said on Monday.
Workers were evacuated from a unit at the San Onofre nuclear power plant in California on Tuesday after an ammonia leak, but the incident posed no threat to the public, officials said.
California political leaders chose a site near the headquarters of Solyndra to kick off hearings on how the state's growing cleantech industry can proceed in the wake of that solar company's dramat
California regulators on Thursday approved final regulations for a carbon market that is one of the biggest U.S. responses to climate change.
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