A physicist is offering a cash prize to anyone who can disprove humanity's role in global warming. He's not too worried about losing any money.
Two former state employees say they were told not to return phone calls of residents who complained that fracking was harming their health.
NATO's secretary general says Russia "engages actively" with "environmental organizations working against shale gas." Enviros say that's bullshit.
At least one member of Congress wants to get plastic microbeads out of our grooming products -- and out of our waterways.
Former EPA chiefs who served under four Republican presidents are backing the Obama administration's efforts to regulate CO2 from power plants.
The city council also moved to divest from fossil-fuel stocks.
SolarCity, the leading residential panel installer, is buying a solar manufacturer and planning to build a huge panel factory in New York.
If the city council OKs the plan, Berkeley motorists would be confronted with a "CO2 Alert" every time they fill up their tanks.
Clinton is promoting her new book "Hard Choices," but she's dodging a choice on the controversial pipeline.