An unforgiving article in Foreign Policy magazine describes Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s reckless pursuit of oil-sands wealth.
A huge new coal-mining project just OK’d by the federal government pits a Montana tribe against native communities in the Pacific Northwest.
Pissed-off Maine Gov. Paul LePage refuses to speak to newspapers that investigated his environment chief’s corporate ties. That’ll definitely help his public image.
As soon as next week, the president is expected to unveil new initiatives to tackle climate change — including long-awaited rules on power plants.
TransCanada plans to stick with older spill-detection systems on the pipeline, ignoring EPA’s recommendation that it upgrade to more advanced equipment.
As stronger storms brew and sea levels rise, city leaders figure they’d better prepare for the worst.
Artist Franke James’ work on climate change didn’t sit well with the Canadian government. But the feds’ attempt to silence her only inspired her to speak out.
The Bureau of Land Management is undercharging coal companies for mining rights, costing the U.S. treasury tens of millions of dollars, says the Interior Department’s inspector general.
The plan, estimated to cost $20 billion, covers everything from erecting bulkheads and levees to retrofitting old buildings to protecting the city’s power infrastructure.