We tend to treat farming like an old car: Scrimp on routine maintenance and panic when disaster strikes.
Three generating stations have been approved to burn diesel as power demand spikes this summer.
Last year's murder rate of three activists a week show the stakes have never been higher.
A reader getting ready to live abroad wonders how to find potable water. Advice maven Umbra Fisk says the power is in his hands.
Maybe we really will drive corn-powered cars someday
States are struggling to deal with the potentially dangerous drilling byproducts that are being dumped in landfills throughout the Marcellus Shale.
El Niño has made life less peachy for stone fruits.
The "door to the underworld" is what happens when permafrost in Siberia thaws dramatically.
Temperatures could get as high as 120 degrees F -- and it’s only June.