Who knew that trains could tell us so much about our energy industry?
The $12 billion the U.S. government earned by selling off publicly owned oil, gas, and coal is just a smiiiidge offset by some other costs.
Twenty-five bucks gets a light made and delivered to a person in India or Africa.
The Times' graphic description of the fire at a Bangladeshi clothing manufacturer is a graphic depiction of externalized costs.
The Southeastern U.S., traditionally a coal-reliant area, is gradually shifting to natural gas as an electricity source.
Let's hope we can say the same or better by this time next year.
Reducing emissions from airplanes over the Arctic could allow the region's ice to recover slightly, according to new research.
At a public meeting on Tuesday, Nebraskans lined up to oppose the pipeline. But the ultimate decision will be made at the White House.
In an unflinching report, one of the planet’s largest financial institutions says we’re toast if we don’t slow climate change. So why is it funding dirty power plants?