Instead of a patchquilt of permitting rules that vary from county to county, the state now has a simpler -- and cheaper -- process.
Alec Johnson chained himself to an excavator to stop Keystone XL. A year later, he's still awaiting trial -- and hoping to set a helpful precedent for protesters.
Detroit's financial woes have put it on the front lines of a decaying-infrastructure crisis that belongs to all of us.
A court ruling opens the way for a method of financing solar installation that customers like -- and utilities fear.
Some states think that the new national standards for the science curriculum go way too far when it comes to teaching kids about climate change.
In the conservative Daily Telegraph, a business journalist warns the fossil fuel industry that solar is going to eat its lunch.
As utilities see how distributed solar, aided by new storage tech, can chip away at their monopolies (and profits), they're fighting back.
In Texas, some small-town sleuths on the illegally ditched-sofa beat are stumbling on big-time dumping of toxic fracking waste.
The GOP wants to cut EPA funding and block the agency from regulating CO2, while steering some of that money to firefighting efforts.