The same ExxonMobil pipeline that made a big mess a month ago in Mayflower, Ark., has now spilled into a yard in Missouri.
Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas has drafted a bill that would let Congress set the criteria for grants awarded by the National Science Foundation.
Democrats pointed out that climate change disproportionately affects women, especially poor women in developing countries. Right-wing media outlets thought that was funny.
Mora County has also adopted a bill of rights asserting its local autonomy, essentially telling state and federal officials and corporations to piss off.
CREDO tried to run an ad on Facebook calling on Mark Zuckerberg to pull his backing from a TV ad that talks up Keystone XL. Facebook nixed the CREDO ad.
The EPA has lowered its estimate of how much methane escapes during production of natural gas, but some scientists are skeptical of the rosy new figures.
EVs are now starting to store electricity and then sell it onto the power grid when energy prices are highest.
In May, the atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration could exceed 400 parts per million — way past the 350 level we need to be aiming for.
Silicon Valley investors are channeling money into food-related startups that aim to make agriculture more eco-friendly and food more healthful.