Thanks to anti-pipeline activism and a North American oil boom, more crude is being transported by rail.
And even pie-in-the-sky ideas like carbon capture won't turn the trend around.
OnEarth magazine uncovered large financial ties between Rice and businesses with a stake in Keystone XL. Does it matter?
Solar PV prices continue to decline, but pushing solar power forward in coming years must involve driving down non-panel costs -- installation, maintenance, financing, etc. We need market innovation.
Researchers at MIT say fracking doesn't result in much more methane emission than standard natural-gas drilling. If accurate, it's potentially good news for the climate.
Congratulations to all involved.
It looks like investigators' next target might be former Massey CEO Don Blankenship, a notoriously bad dude.
Professional smart people who get paid to think about the future are exploring what they see as the rather plausible idea that robots will wipe us out.
These are our choices, basically. Cyborg-like cows, or eating much less meat and dairy.