Washington, D.C., may finally stop requiring buildings near transit lines to provide parking spaces -- a move that saves money and improves quality of life.
Crazy weather puts all kinds of stress on the country's aging infrastructure. We'll have to invest in upgrades as we face a changing climate.
Allergy doctors across the country report an uptick in patient visits, and scientists are straightforward about the climate connection.
Exurban development patterns not only worsen climate change, they also make residents more vulnerable to one of its effects.
Obama nominated her four months ago, but Republicans have been holding up the process. Might they finally be ready to let it proceed?
On Friday, the House passed a bill that would open huge chunks of U.S. coastline to oil and gas drilling.
The mayor of Charlotte, N.C., was confirmed with a unanimous Senate vote.
Enviros criticized the methodology and scope of a study that found tar-sands pipelines to be just as safe as regular oil pipelines.
Markey handily beat Republican Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts special election, thanks in part to millions of dollars poured into the race by enviros.
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