When the production tax credit for wind energy expires at the end of the year, it could cost tens of thousands of jobs.
Another day of blackouts strike India, impacting twice as many people.
The northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is in limbo, but the southern leg is moving right along.
Protests in D.C., West Virginia, China, and Japan barely register on American media.
But generates zero gold, silver, or bronze medals in London.
An oil pipeline operated by Enbridge has sprung a leak in Wisconsin, just as the company is seeking approval for a big tar-sands pipeline in British Columbia.
Some meat-producing states are fighting the feds' requirements for corn ethanol in gasoline, trying to bring down corn prices.
Excessive power demand due to high temperatures knocked as many as 370 million Indians off the grid.
Richard Muller, a long-time climate-change denier, did a big study of his own and found the same thing everyone else has: Humans are causing climate change.
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