Hope on climate change has come from a direction you never expected.
The governor insists that the tunnel still needs to be built, and that the contractor will pay to fix Bertha. "We’re like the guy who’s having his house remodeled and the contractor hasn’t done any work in the past year because his buzz saw isn’t working."
The battle is about power -- and the climate movement now has more of it than ever.
And other misadventures from the growing profusion of federal loan programs.
A new personal rapid transport system called skyTran could revolutionize urban transportation. Or not.
In Northeastern power markets, renewable energy is increasingly cheaper than fossil fuel energy.
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.
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