Fifty-eight percent have no opinion on fracking, according to a survey. Among those who do, conservatives tend to like it and liberals tend not to.
Enviros and the coal industry are paying close attention to a county council race that will determine whether a big coal-export terminal gets built.
Monsanto tested a GMO wheat strain a decade ago but gave it up and never got it approved. Now it's invaded a field in Oregon, which could be bad news for America's wheat exporters.
Times are good for the merchants of fossil fuels, with coal and natural gas prices on the rise and OPEC crowing about high demand for oil.
The New York Times reports on a rise in defective solar panels. Experts blame the problems on cost-cutting Chinese firms.
Walmart employees weren't trained on how to handle returned pesticides and other hazardous liquids, so they dumped them down drains and into the trash.
Jackson will join the tech giant as vice president for environmental initiatives, to coordinate green activity across the company.
The U.K. subsidizes the burning of American-grown wood in British coal power plants and somehow calls it "green." How can this be?
John Kerry told Ethiopians that the U.S. is below the Kyoto Protocol's greenhouse gas emissions targets. Yay! Unfortunately, that's not true. Boo!