2020 Democratic candidate Tom Steyer discusses the need for the United States to address climate change, China’s construction of new coal-fired power plants and what he will do to combat the threat China poses to the Earth’s climate.
China is not 'playing ball' in the drive for lowering carbon emissions, Stuart Varney said.
Reason magazine editor-at-large Matt Welch discusses the 'vicious spiral' of poor policymaking to handle California wildfires and recent actions taken towards PG&E.
The White House stripped the state of its power to regulate tailpipe emissions.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders think they can 'kill two birds with one stone' with their $180 billion Green New Deal for public housing.
Independent Women’s Forum senior fellow Beverly Hallberg, Brandywine global portfolio manager Jack McIntyre, New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin and FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto discuss if a smaller population would help combat climate change-related issues.
More than a dozen California mayors have joined a coalition proposing a buyout of the bankrupt utility.
The president's policy is working
California's political and regulatory climate are to blame for the wildfire problem.
So much for wind being the low-cost energy source of the future.
Waste Management is working with Caterpillar on something completely different with recycling technology.
Woodstock anniversary event never came to fruition but its real purpose was to promote climate change.
Waste Management CEO Jim Fish discusses his company’s move to a natural gas-powered fleet and the company’s adoption of new technology for the future.
Production is expected to begin by the summer of 2020.
Wall Street Journal opinion columnist Allysia Finley discusses her op-ed that addresses the corruption behind politicians playing a role in utility suppliers and mandates.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino applauds Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's performance in a congressional hearing and discusses U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the Saudi Aramco IPO.
President Trump discusses why the American energy sector was suffering before he took office and how 'our natural resources do not belong to government, they belong to the people of this country.'
'I ran against Rick [Perry and] he was nasty,' President Trump says while touting the 'fantastic job' Energy Secretary Rick Perry has done for the Trump administration.
President Trump speaks from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, about energy independence, fracking and why he thinks New York should allow pipelines to go through it.
Natural gas has elevated the power of the U.S. in the global energy market.