Yesterday, we worried about pipelines. Today: trains.
The victory by a group of children who sued for climate action is significant, though the long-term impacts are uncertain.
How green is the All-Star Game? So green, even the red carpet is green.
The actions of the owner of a pipeline that dumped a million gallons of tar-sands oil into the Kalamazoo River made a bad situation worse.
Maybe. Possibly. But not for a long time. Unless you live in California, in which case it's a slightly less long time.
The odds that we just had the warmest 13 months in American history by chance? 1 in 1.5 million.
It depends on how you want to frame it. But a new study provides no evidence that it does.
A case study in how change is made in Washington: slowly, with much debate, and with tangential regard for the science.
While Montana is home to only 0.3 percent of America's population, it controls 2 percent of the Senate. And that 2 percent supports Keystone.
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