The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior attempted to block a ship carrying coal from unloading in the harbor of Gdansk.
Watch CFACT's Morano on Fox and Friends. "They come in the most carbon-intensive way... can't alter their lifestyle in any way, shape or form."
After the Green New Deal is implemented, and regular people can no longer afford to fly, can we all look forward to crossing oceans on carbon fiber composite racing yachts sponsored by the royal family of Monaco?
Read remarks by President Trump, EPA Administrator Wheeler and others on America's environmental success story.
Read the White House fact sheet on President Trump's record on environment.
The American burying beetle, one of nature’s most unique creatures, appears to be more plentiful, thanks in part to the efforts of a wide array of partners.
The Navajo Nation posted this press release last week as they brace for massive financial and job losses when the largest coal plant in the western United States closes in December.
BY JOANNE NOVA: Austalia's Labor Party tried to make the election all about global warming. The voters said No!
Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) use greenwashing to hawk products they claim to be environmentally friendly to gain market advantages.
Extreme greens grouse, but African and other poor families see hope in David Malpass.
New York City within two years will become the first American city to impose new tolls on passenger and commercial vehicles that enter the southern half of Manhattan.
BY RON STEIN: I can’t for the life of me figure out what beef the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has against local businesses and blue collar pocketbooks.
Time will tell if these Ohio State scientists have shaped and molded a brilliant solution to help better manage the problem of plastic waste.
BY MARK MATHIS: Have you been cajoled into doing things that show you are in compliance with the Green agenda, yet do no actual good?
BY CLAY MORRISON: A new infographic looks at how many wind farms each of the world’s major cities would need to power them, from Bangkok to Los Angeles.