On Friday, we predicted outrage over a right-wing convening on the carbon tax. It happened. We're basically psychic.
Pipeline operator TransCanada paid 60 percent less in taxes to Nebraska than it promised. But the company says it'll pay more next year!
The oil industry is diversifying the ways in which it pollutes. Hold your nose.
We're not saying that the DEA should crack down on ConocoPhillips, but, yeah, the DEA should crack down on ConocoPhillips.
People who advocate green behavior are not more likely to engage in it, according to new research in Hungary. How you think America is doing is a glass-half-full sort of question.
The current drought is devastating agriculture, but it's not as bad as the Dust Bowl. Not that "this isn't the worst thing ever" is cause for optimism.
The aptly-named Noble Discoverer appears to have run aground in remote Alaska, just to demonstrate Shell's sheer competence.
The annual Greendex places the U.S. in dead-last in sustainability and near dead-last in giving a shit about it.
The EPA's recent proposal to limit soot could make our cities less hazy. But what about our parks?
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.