In Seattle, being green-minded is practically a prerequisite for running for office. The choice this year is between a scrappy (and prickly) people’s candidate and a slick, business friendly political veteran.
Wyoming’s Bureau of Land Management held a sale for the lease of 148 million tons of coal that received not a single bid, a first in state history.
That’s only if cities make significant investments to mitigate risk. If we do nothing, flooding costs could soar to $1 trillion.
The sexiest car on the market has now officially been deemed the safest. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave top marks to the Tesla sedan.
Shale assets are worth less and less thanks to an oversaturated market and production that hasn’t always lived up to expectations.
A new report sheds light on the massive energy footprint of the global digital economy.
The move comes three decades after Jimmy Carter put solar panels on the White House roof, and three years after the Obama administration promised to do the same.
Boise, Idaho-based WinCo could teach Walmart a thing or two. And the regional grocery-store chain is expanding.
Energy companies work the system so that landowners who lease drilling rights to their property rarely see royalties as high as expected.