In December 2008, a million gallons of fly-ash sludge polluted Tennessee land and rivers. Since then, the EPA has done little to protect Americans from similar accidents.
As if we didn’t already have enough filthy, inefficient, unconventional oil-extraction techniques in use in North America, here’s one more.
The E.U. is considering a system to label gasoline according to how much carbon it emits. Oil companies and Canada don't like the idea.
A subsidiary of fracking giant Chesapeake Energy is being fined $3.2 million for water pollution caused by sloppy construction practices.
China has rejected a third of America's corn exports this year because they harbored GM varieties not approved for sale in the country.
New coal power plants will have to capture their CO2, but they'll be able to sell it to oil companies to be pumped down into old wells to increase oil production.
The rig made famous by Greenpeace's Arctic 30 is now pumping oil, the first step in Russia's plans to drill the hell out of the Arctic.
The state Supreme Court struck down parts of an industry-friendly law and ruled that local governments can regulate the fracking industry.
After months of citizens complaining about petcoke blowing into their neighborhoods, Mayor Rahm Emanual is forcing shipping terminals to clean up their acts.