The U.S. has been working with other nations to reduce short-lived climate pollutants, but new research suggests this strategy will have limited success.
Petcoke has been piling up on Detroit’s riverfront near a refinery processing tar-sands oil from Canada, but the city has finally had enough.
Half of a sampling of “bee-friendly” plants purchased from major retailers tested positive for bee-killing neonic pesticides, according to a new report.
In 2007, just 25 percent of turbine components used in new U.S. wind farms were produced domestically. Last year, that figure rose to 72 percent.
Cops spied on activists planning a peaceful protest in Oklahoma — and that’s just one of many incidents of spying by the government and TransCanada.
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.