Eight governors from the Northeast are asking the EPA to crack down. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court is gearing up to hear a big air-pollution case.
Wind energy companies will be able to get 30-year "take" permits for eagles if they implement “advanced conservation practices” to help protect birds.
There have been more than a dozen earthquakes in and around the small Texan city of Azle recently, and a scientist says fracking practices could be the cause.
A new White House document lists federal rules that are in the works, and there are a lot, including regs on power-plant emissions and fracking.
The United Nations and World Bank want to get electricity to everyone in the world by 2030, but not all energy sources are welcome.
As many as a million birds a year die after landing in oil-industry waste pits. This time, an oil company is being held responsible.
Pipeline accidents are on the rise in China as refineries boost their capacity to fuel the nation's growth.
Local, state, and federal governments are pushing back against the storage of uncovered piles of petroleum waste. Now residents are suing, too.
NASA plans a lunar experiment in drone farming. It's also trying to figure out how to make food with 3D printing.