Several big U.S. cities could be seeing 30 days of flooding a year by 2020, a new study says.
A report from the International Energy Agency suggests that demand will grow steadily for years. There are lots of good reasons to believe that's wrong.
Seattle's ongoing transportation fiasco could not be contained in a single post.
Seattle is involved in a slow-motion catastrophe, as construction of a new car-centric tunnel grinds to a halt and cost overruns loom.
What kind of electricity projects most often go over budget? Two recent studies dig into the question and find some surprising answers.
The latest on: the Supreme Court and an exciting FERC order; Peabody Energy and a misguided constitutional scholar; and coal export terminals and why we don’t need more.
Peabody Energy, the world's biggest private coal company, is trying to pitch itself as a friend of poor people. Oh, the ironies abound.
I don't do this very often, but I'm going to ask you, my loyal readers, for money.
Climate change is a global injustice that markets won't solve on their own; it will require government intervention and international cooperation.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.