Most Americans oppose a carbon tax, considered by many economists a cost-effective way to fight climate change, but they are willing to support it if the money is returned to them or used to fund r

The European Union should overhaul its emissions program to ensure it encourages investment in clean energy without recurrent market intervention, according to the chair of the industry committee i

A California Democrat on Thursday introduced a bill he believes will keep gasoline prices down by delaying the expansion of the state's carbon cap-and-trade program, a move that has angered environ

European Union carbon permits had the biggest quarterly gain in six years as lawmakers consider permanent measures to curb a surplus that helped push prices to a record low.

The UK's conservative climate and energy minister has rejected suggestions his government could form an alliance of "like-minded" nations with Australia to oppose carbon pricing.

European Union policy makers may reach a decision in the first half of next year on a proposal to introduce automatic supply controls in the world’s biggest emissions market, according to a senior

Australia's greenhouse gas cut targets quietly tripled on Saturday night, from a 5 per cent cut by 2020 to a cut of more than 18 per cent.

President Barack Obama will unveil a plan on Monday that will cut carbon pollution from power plants and promote cap-and-trade, undertaking the most significant action on climate change in American

The nation’s biggest business lobby says President Barack Obama’s plan to tackle climate change could cost the U.S. economy $50 billion a year.

President Barack Obama's landmark rules to cut power plant emissions will likely give a fresh push to regional U.S.