Massachusetts coal-barge civil disobedience settlement means that the "necessity defense" for climate protest remains tantalizingly untested in court.
A study finds marginally more enthusiasm for eating bugs among the testosterone set. But, truly, entomophagy does not bow to gender.
The Silver State gets a super-hyped electric car battery factory. Tesla gets subsidies totaling $1.25 billion.
Rail is a great way to ship your stuff and yourself for a cross-country move. If only we hadn't built a system that gives slow freight the right of way.
Banks looking into trends in renewable energy investment like what they see -- for reasons that have almost nothing to do with the, you know, planet.
Everybody on the internet these days wants to create the next viral sensation. How did ALS's ubiquitous ice bucket challenge pull it off?
How can natural gas be a "bridge fuel" if its low price means drillers would rather burn it than sell it? Here's an illustrative case.
The protests may be winding down for now, but if the history of activism tells us anything, it's that this is precisely when the longer-term changes start to unfold.
The fight over fracking has arrived more slowly in Michigan than in states like Pennsylvania and New York. But it's heating up.
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