World leaders in Davos aim to lift tariffs on solar panels, wind turbines, and other environmental goods. Here's why that could hurt the environment.
The British site of anti-fracking protests over the summer will not be home to fracking. Or so says the energy company that wants to drill the heck out of the site.
A libel lawsuit brought by climate scientist Michael Mann against a conservative magazine and group will proceed, a judge ruled last week.
Chicago's mayor wants the city to become the Midwestern City of Light. How environmentally friendly is that?
If we don't mend our ways, wild areas nearly as big as Brazil will turn into farmland by 2050. A new U.N. report lays out a plan for avoiding that.
When that West Virginia tank busted open earlier this month, a second toxic chemical spilled into the Elk River. The company knew -- but didn't bother telling officials.
Japan's largest solar power plant has been built on reclaimed land jutting into a bay -- a creative solution for a crowded country.
Gov. Pat Quinn says growing piles of waste from tar-sands oil refining constitute an emergency, but owners of the piles successfully argued against immediate rules.
The European Union is set to scrap rules that restrict the import of especially dirty, climate-changing fuels.