The U.S. oil-and-gas boom is dumping oodles of methane into the atmosphere, and so far, the feds haven't gotten meaningful regulations together.
A new campaign in Britain aims to get banks to stop investing in the fossil fuel industry.
But will it ever get built?
In the Twin Cities, old rail lines have become a sensible and delightful freeway system — just for cyclists.
The archetypal factory town struggles to turn "manufacturing renaissance" from a slogan into a reality.
Climate marchers are likely to be putting their shoulders behind these causes and projects in the wake of September's mass event.
Detroit ponders its dependence on billionaire Dan Gilbert just as another high-profile effort to revive a downtown in Las Vegas, led by another tech CEO, hits the rapids.
At Flood Wall Street, where parade floats doubled as works of art and costumes irked the cops, we saw the power of protest imagery -- and its limitations.
Flood Wall Street demonstrators block a street in Manhattan's financial district with balloons, costumes, and chants, and 101 arrests follow.
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