Nicholas Stern of the famed Stern report has a new paper arguing that we're relying on a drastically outdated economic model.
The country's spy service says Greenpeace and its ilk are reducing the nation's GDP by 2 to 3 percent every year.
Forced pooling allows drillers to tap gas beneath a reluctant landowner's property if enough of their neighbors sell their drilling rights.
It only took 35 days. So now organic advocates and anti-GMO activists are raising money for a defense effort.
The pioneering EV manufacturer is going open source, allowing competitors to use all of its patented technology.
Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators are much more energy efficient now than they were 20 or 30 years ago, but clothes dryers still suck.
Rising seas and storm surges won't just bring water to people's doorsteps -- they could also bring a witches' brew of sewage and industrial waste.
The National Mining Association is playing inaccurate radio ads, so a coalition of green group is asking the FCC to investigate.
By improving irrigation, efficiency, recycling, and stormwater-capture practices, California could free up enough extra water to meet all of its cities' needs.