Coal industry, Hill allies target fine print of Obama climate plan

By Kristen Lombardi

President Obama's climate plan, vital to his green agenda, is drawing close scrutiny — and sharp critiques — from powerful coal forces.

EPA proposes first limit on greenhouse gases

By Chris Hamby

EPA proposes caps for new power plants in rule that could move nation away from coal.

Hotter, drier, meaner: Trends point to a planet increasingly hostile to agriculture

By Douglas Fischer

A host of data point to one conclusion: Our increasingly hotter, drier planet is going to be a tough place to farm

Before Obama retreat on ozone, EPA chief fretted over likely illnesses and deaths

By Corbin Hiar

Before Obama retreat on smog, EPA head fretted over illnesses and deaths

Federal auditors find no evidence to support 'Climategate' accusations

By Douglas Fischer

Climate change deniers believed a string of emails from 2009 were evidence of scientists fabricating data to smear critics

As tornado costs rise, Congress might finally pony up some money to look at ways to limit damages

By Laurel Adams

Worsening damages from monster tornadoes may prompt more research on cause-and-effect

Decades after Clear Air Act, most smokestacks still lack scrubbers

By Keith Epstein

Industry that resists new climate change rules sometimes lacks long-required pollution controls, too

'Clean' natural gas adding to climate change

By Chris Hamby and Jim Morris

As climate change gases decline, data reveals natural gas increase

Greenhouse cash

By Chris Hamby

Oil, gas and coal money favored Republican campaigns 4-to-1

Following record temperatures in 2010, lobbyists likely to turn up heat

By Laurel Adams

New data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released today showing that 2010 tied with 2005 as the warmest year

Modest progress expected at climate talks in Cancun

By Marina Walker Guevara

International climate change negotiations resumed today at a UN meeting in Mexico, but gains are expected to be modest and focused on narrow

Lobbyists rush to block EPA action on climate change

By Marianne Lavelle

Like a lot of industry groups, the farm lobby says it would prefer that Congress tackle climate change rather than leaving the job to the bu

The climate lobby from soup to nuts

By Marianne Lavelle and M.B. Pell

An array of new interests joins Washington's climate change debate

A global lack of transparency

By M.B. Pell

Investigation into climate change lobbying groups yields little transparency

Industry targets Tokyo's ambitious new climate goals

By Akiko Kashiwagi

Japan's new government proves tough to lobby

The climate lobby at Copenhagen

By The PaperTrail Staff

Join reporters Kate Willson and Andrew Green in Copenhagen as the Center's International Consortium of Investigative Journalists tracks the

The EU's billion-Euro bet

By Brigitte Alfter

How Europe ended up paying industry for carbon capture and storage

European ambitions hit a wall of carbon

By Brigitte Alfter

Business and industry pare back EU climate goals

Canada's about-face on climate

By William Marsden

Tar sands and a tough business lobby pull Ottawa far from Copenhagen

India struggles to confront climate change

By Murali Krishnan

A billion people, a growing economy, and rising emissions

Caught between competing interests in Brazil

By Fernando Rodrigues and Marcelo Soares

Plentiful oil, politics, in addition to fast growth, all making it tough to reduce carbon emissions

A climate dilemma for China

By Christina Larson

The world leader in economic growth and carbon emissions faces competing forces