After Deepwater Horizon, BP was temporarily banned from winning new federal contracts. The oil giant thinks that's totally unfair and is now suing the government.
America's main nuke plant will soon be powered partly by wind. Hey, if you're going to condemn the world to a nuclear winter, you might as well be climate-friendly about it.
The League of Conservation Voters will spend $2 million on ads that portray four Republicans in Congress as dangerous extremists.
It's like Lord Voldemort joining forces with The Penguin: Two of the globe's greatest environmental threats appear to be ganging up on us.
The nation's power grid is increasingly vulnerable to severe weather. The Obama administration is calling for upgrades but not saying where the funding should come from.
Californian companies will soon be able to buy carbon offsets to fulfill up to 8 percent of their required greenhouse gas reductions.
French utility EDF is selling its stake in five American nuclear reactors, citing concerns about profits. It will focus on renewable energy instead.
The country gets just 4 percent of its electricity from renewable sources, but seven new solar farms will change that.
With Keystone XL in limbo, TransCanada announced Thursday that it wants to build an even bigger pipeline from Alberta to eastern Canada.