Automakers exceeded U.S. government targets for improving gas mileage by “a wide margin” for the second year in a row, the Environmental Protection Agency said.

Renewable energy developers will receive “the vast majority” of a $1 billion credit line the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. extended to India, the institution’s president said.

China’s air pollution is big news. ’Under the Dome,’ a recent documentary on the causes and consequences of the country’s smog, was viewed 100 million times within a few days of its release.

European Union member states agreed on a compromise to seek the start of automatic supply cuts in the world’s biggest carbon market in 2021, giving up plans to push for an accelerated introduction

A new poll finds that while most Americans believe climate change is real and caused by man, fewer are concerned about it than were 26 years ago.

Fighting in the Middle East is pushing the region’s water resources to the breaking point with warring parties sometimes targeting power and water supplies, the International Committee of the Red C

Brazil plans to deliver its proposal for limiting fossil-fuel pollution to the United Nations before October as part of a global deal on climate change.

Beijing, where pollution averaged more than twice China’s national standard last year, will close the last of its four major coal-fired power plants next year.

Bhutan's national soccer team, ranked lowest among 209 squads, gave the prime minister a gift to take with him on a trip last week to the U.S.—its first win in a World Cup qualifying match.

China’s emissions of climate-warming carbon dioxide fell last year for the first time in more than a decade, offering fresh evidence that efforts to control pollution in the nation of 1.4 billion p