The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently approved a California proposal that prioritizes its own power needs in a crunch.
More farmers are turning to machinery that siphons off greenhouse gas and channels it into the natural gas supply.
Scott Barrett of Columbia University thinks countries may adopt their own trade-oriented approaches to battling climate change.
Climate change affects every aspect of our lives, but some people are more vulnerable to severe damage and high costs.
A historic drought threatening crops in the West could send food prices higher.
Among them are higher electricity bills, air conditioning upgrades and running cooling misters for customers outdoors.
Experts say utilities have been forced to play catch-up when extreme weather hits.
Nonprofit Climate Central estimates that home air conditioning use will increase almost 60% over the next 30 years.
There are technology and consumer behavior changes that could make a difference as extreme heat becomes more common.
The Biden administration pushes for expansion of the clean-energy technology, but logistical, cost and even aesthetic hurdles loom.