Budget cuts at federal agencies are helping companies get away with more than 99 percent of the environmental crimes the government knows about.
Efforts to protect U.S. panel manufacturers from cheap Chinese imports have run afoul of the World Trade Organization.
The drought and overuse of Colorado River water has led to an epic decline in water levels at Lake Mead.
The EPA is well within its rights to regulate mountaintop-removal coal mining, a federal appeals court decided.
Japan and China want to buy gas from Siberia, so shipping companies are going to take a shortcut through melting ice.
A new analysis finds that flooding from storm surges is getting worse as sea levels rise.
The EPA has proposed new rules to cut use of HFCs, refrigerants that also happen to be potent greenhouse gases.
A new tool lets you see how hot it's going to get in your neck of the woods if we don't do anything about climate change.
Remember the hype about the greening of Christianity? Yeah, that, not so much.