The San Francisco Bay Area is starting to get serious about cutting climate pollution. That could be bad news for the area's refineries, and good news for the rest of us.
The fossil fuel industry thinks Americans have had just about enough of federal handouts for sources of energy that aren't fossil fuels.
A U.N. report warns that we're failing to meet climate goals, and outlines how we could get back on track -- just in time to inspire delegates at next week's big climate confab.
An atmospheric scientist solicited funding online for research into pollution from coal trains, and now his preliminary results are in.
A ballot initiative to prevent tar-sands oil from being piped through South Portland and loaded onto ships narrowly lost, according to initial poll results.
Residents of the Colorado cities of Boulder, Fort Collins, and Lafayette voted Tuesday to ban or suspend fracking.
American farmers are set to harvest 30 percent more corn this year than last year. That's due to agreeable weather and EPA's biofuel mandate.
In Wisconsin, the booming frac-sand industry is bringing lots of challenges. Still, some lawmakers want to prevent local governments from regulating it.
If carbon is priced high enough to meet international climate goals, fossil fuel companies would lose up to $12 trillion by 2100, but governments would gain up to $32 trillion in revenues, a new study finds.