The Trump administration has revealed its plan to replace former President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan—and it could prove deadly.
Money from the EU for new coal plants contradicts its plans to reduce air pollution.
Powerful polluters want the Trump administration to make coal ash great again, and they are about to make it happen.
Congress voted Thursday to weaken environmental regulations that stop some coal plants from polluting the air with acid gas and sulfur dioxide, both carcinogenic neurotoxins.
The West Virginia teacher strike is heavily intertwined with natural gas and energy policy.
President Trump is putting coal miners back to work, but experts say he's doing it at the expense of their health and safety.
President Trump is supposed to be the “coal president,” but his own appointees may have just lost thousands of coal jobs.
The president's plan to subsidize coal and nuclear power would interfere with free markets, says energy market regulator.
Ranchers and tribal leaders alike are taking a stand against Secretary Zinke's rollbacks.
Announcing a new pipeline between the two countries, he said: “We have to dig down a little deeper under that section.”
The Northern Cheyenne Tribe said the administration lifted the moratorium on coal leases without hearing the tribe's concerns about the impact the coal-leasing program has on the tribe.
Coal accounts for about a third of U.S. electricity production, down from about half one decade ago. About 40 percent of all U.S. coal comes from federal lands.
New power plant construction dipped by two-thirds in 2016, with declining investments in China and India accelerating the trend.
The report also suggests building huge ventilation tunnels to create wind which will lift the smog from the city
Earnings calls from multiple industries feature excitement over the prospect of lower taxes, less regulation.
The growth of natural gas—cheaper and more efficient—has lessened the need for coal.
Republican nominee cites faulty studies and hazy figures to distort reality.
An analysis of Peabody Energy court documents shows the company backed trade groups, lobbyists and think tanks dubbed the ‘heart and soul of climate denial.’
West Virginia has turned bright red. Is it a harbinger or an outlier?