The biggest ever seizure of Mafia-linked assets has transferred ownership of 43 wind and solar energy companies to the Italian government.
Researchers predict a two-thirds fall in production in the world's top wine regions by 2050, which could push vineyards into critical wildlife areas.
If we had spent $3.9 trillion on building renewables instead of fighting in Iraq, we could be generating around half of our electricity from clean power today.
Pipeline spills are happening more frequently in Upper Midwest states where tar-sands oil is more commonly transported.
A reader wonders whether he should buy a hybrid or a PZEV. Umbra says why choose just one when you can have both?
From Hurricane Sandy to the Chicago fire of 1871, money determines who goes down and who leaves the scene of a disaster in a better position than before.
Methane leaks are "super low-hanging fruit": Fixing them may be the single biggest step the U.S. could take toward meeting its emissions-reduction goals.
ExxonMobil assures us that EVERYTHING IS COMPLETELY COPACETIC in Mayflower, Ark., where a ruptured pipeline blew tar-sands oil all over residents' yards and into streets, streams, and a nearby lake. Mmm hmm ...
If forced to choose between a world powered by natural gas or nuclear, which would you choose? If you chose natural gas, you just hypothetically killed a bunch of people.