The federal government just came a step closer to regulating fertilizer runoff in the Mississippi River — runoff that feeds Gulf of Mexico dead zones.
No forests means no wildfires, see? Despite that impeccable logic, the bill the House just passed to double logging nationwide will never become law.
California’s governor signed the state’s first fracking regulations into law on Friday. Too bad they don’t go far enough.
Ecuador’s president has a new “Chevron’s Dirty Hand” campaign to protest the company’s refusal to pay for its mess, but Chevron is still winning the war.
According to new research, severe thunderstorms are likely to hit the U.S. with more frequency over the coming century.
Polar bears just can’t catch a break. As the climate shifts, East Greenland’s population is eating more seals with higher concentrations of chemical pollution in their flesh.
If you want to build a new coal plant, the U.S. EPA says you must capture CO2 emissions. Two troubled projects show how hard that will be.
The state’s oil agency is tracking five notable spills so far, plus more locations where sheens have been spotted. No one knows the full extent of the messes.
More natural disasters descended on the troubled facility this week. Can’t a nuclear plant catch a break?