A refinery town's activist and green governing coalition prevails in the face of an oil company's millions.
A refinery town's reputation as an environmental-justice pioneer is in peril, thanks to a pile of oil money and a torrent of negative ads.
Since government won't monitor whether the oil-and-gas boom is wrecking air quality, volunteers have stepped in. Now their work is getting peer-reviewed and published.
The good news is Alec Johnson got off with a small fine. The bad news is he didn't get to say a peep about why he performed his act of civil disobedience.
People who reported fracking-related complaints to the authorities were frustrated by the lack of response, researchers found.
You'd think insurance firms have a strong financial incentive to get ahead of climate change-induced trouble. Think again, says a new report.
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?