In the great Olympics of global warming, we're still taking home the gold.
First, a ship almost runs aground. Then, the EPA's air pollution standards are a hassle. Now, the company might not get its drilling permits in time. Can't Shell catch a break?
One month after a damning report blaming human error for the Fukushima disaster, as many as 100,000 Japanese protest restarting use of nuclear.
The coal industry is dirty, dangerous, and not going anywhere for a while. At the very least, it could be safer -- but it's up to us to see that it is.
The bold move means that kids are as safe as yesterday, but that the FDA won't have to hear about it any more.
At it's not just us. It's the marketplace, too.
It's hot again. It is always hot.
Romney's long-standing relationship with Charles Koch has likely influenced his opinions on wind power for a long time. His recent opposition is not a big surprise.
The removal of a dam from a river in northwest Washington proves remarkably successful at encouraging fish repopulation.
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