A divestment campaign pushed by 350.org is spreading from colleges to cities. Boulder, Colo., Eugene, Ore., and Ithaca, N.Y. are also on board.
Rooftop solar systems could help keep the lights on after a terrorist attack on the power system, says the nation's top energy regulator.
Bipartisan legislation introduced this week in the House and Senate would require food containing genetically engineered ingredients to be labeled.
Two gasoline barges in Mobile went up in flames on Wednesday night, critically injuring three people. The fire was put out on Thursday morning, and now an investigation into the causes is underway.
One coal-fired power plant will be shut down and others will be cleaned up to make amends for air pollution violations, thanks to the EPA.
A truck full of fracking waste was turned away from a Pennsylvania landfill after it set off a radiation alarm. But, hey, nothing to worry about.
The company that wants to build the Keystone XL pipeline accused the EPA of meddling in Canadian affairs after the agency warned of environmental impacts from the project.
Looks like it'll be cheaper than expected to transition from fossil fuels to renewables, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Only 43 percent believe global warming is happening and human-caused, a new survey finds. Democratic pastors are far more likely to get it than Republicans.