Biden has faced strong criticism from Republicans for an executive order pausing oil and gas extraction on federal land.
The Biden administration says tackling climate change will create U.S. jobs, but the Colorado congresswoman has accused the president of appeasing environmental extremists.
"Overreaching and defying Congress will not be rewarded or succeed," Wednesday's letter from six state Attorneys General read in part.
As part of his plan to prioritize actions to combat climate change, President Biden issued a new executive order aimed at oil and gas drilling.
Of all the executive orders Biden has signed during his first week in office, a third have been reversals of Trump-era policies.
The actions are the president's latest moves in an effort to address campaign promises and appease his supporters.
"I know the people in charge, I've met them," former California Governor Jerry Brown told Newsweek. "They know their stuff, but they're not willing to tell the American people the danger that 100 seconds to midnight entails."
A strategy of green diplomacy can lead both countries to reach consensus and diminish further conflict by triggering a much-needed migration away from polluting energy sources.
Speeches that fan the flames of violence and hatred can only create distrust between individuals and in our institutions.
Bill Peduto wants a green Marshall Plan to create nearly half a million jobs in a region formerly dependent on fossil fuels.
We need to stop measuring environmental catastrophe in degrees, and start measuring it in lives lost.
The Biden administration halted construction on the border wall through executive action on day one.
Climate adaptation action offers an opportunity for the millions of workers who have lost their jobs during the pandemic—and a singular chance to address an even greater threat than COVID.
The president's decision to revoke the Keystone XL pipeline permit could cost America thousands of jobs.
President Joe Biden suspended the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline project on Wednesday, a controversial project that would have shipped hundreds of thousands of barrels of carbon-heavy oil from Canada to the U.S. daily.
President Joe Biden's decision to rejoin the accord sparked an early conflict between prominent Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
The outgoing president had previously criticized the climate change campaigner, who had admonished him and other world leaders for "failing young people."
The incoming Biden administrate plans to the the U.S. up to the according on inauguration day.
With over 242,000 acres of farmland, Bill Gates is America's biggest farmland owner, and his ownership may be connected to climate change and plant-based meat substitutes.
The uncontrollable spread of the coronavirus led to huge declines in greenhouse emissions from the transportation, industry and power sectors across the country.
Trump's approach showed the ability for a new president to set the tone during their first week, but some Democrats and activists question whether, from climate to criminal justice and immigration, Biden will have the appetite to exercise broad executive power as his predecessor did.
Writing in The New York Times, Gore criticized Trump's decision to withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and accused him of overseeing "colossal failure" on climate change and in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
As world leaders mark the deal without the U.S, the Swedish activist told CNN she was optimistic that a Joe Biden administration would rejoin the accord.
The group, known as The Yes Men, circulated a release that said the central bank's corporate bond buying programme was set to go green. It said the bank would stop buying bonds from oil and gas companies.
If Biden needs someone to play the part and please progressives, without getting anything done that could hurt the administration, Inslee is his best bet.
The Duke of Sussex opened up about a journey he will be 'eternally grateful for' in the months after he lost his mother in a Paris car crash aged just 12.
A referendum is about be held on whether to change how Bern regulates companies operating abroad, with far-reaching implications for climate change and human rights.
The automaker withdraws its support for a lawsuit against California's emissions standards.
With a slim majority in the House next year, Congress' most liberal current and incoming lawmakers flexed their newfound power and issued a warning shot to the president-elect.