Which seems kind of like a no-brainer, but what do we know.
I guess that headline was a little over the top.
The U.S. could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the biggest oil producer in the world. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia is looking to go 100 percent renewable.
The protests in Yinggehai come as the Chinese government restarts work on a coal plant halted after protests in April.
Debate moderator Bob Schieffer was totally going to ask about climate change! But, you know, didn't.
Agriculture land prices have been posting double-digit gains for years. Should we use the word "bubble?" Everyone else seems to be.
The big donation from hedge-fund manager John Paulson will increase Central Park's endowment by a third and fund park improvements.
James Inhofe, the Senate's top climate denier, is stumping for GOP candidates who love coal. We assume he's travelling by coal train.
In responding to the president's "bayonets" attack, Ryan inadvertently lays bare his ticket's priorities.
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