As climate fight shifts to oil, Biden faces a formidable foe

‘Kern runs on oil’: as California confronts climate crisis, one county is ready to drill

Kern county has approved the drilling of thousands of new wells despite opposition from farmers and activists

Green health: a tree-filled street can positively influence depression, study finds

More trees near the home was associated with a reduced risk in antidepressant use, information that can help urban planners

Energy companies have left Colorado with billions of dollars in oil and gas cleanup

A wooden sign reads "welcome to colorful Colorado."

As the state tries to reform its relationship to drilling, an expensive task awaits: plugging nearly 60,000 oil and gas wells.

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Commentary: To avoid climate catastrophe, carbon capture is critical

Smokestacks and electrical towers silhouetted by a golden orange sky.

Even the most ambitious climate campaign will fall short unless it includes support for carbon capture and sequestration, writes investment banker Chris Varrone.

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Climate Home News seeks pitches for climate justice reporting programme

Send us your story ideas about how communities on the frontlines of climate change are building resilience and confronting injustice

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The Battle of Thacker Pass

State Regulators Seek A Roadmap Toward A Clean Energy Future

East Hampton Town Makes Climate Mitigation a Guiding Principle

Why $4-a-Gallon Gas May Be Coming Your Way This Summer

The oil industry, known for boom-bust cycles, is resisting the temptation to pump more oil — for now.