Protests have stalled construction of new tar-sands pipelines, so oil companies are now shipping their goop south by rail.
Three months after a fire at Chevron's Richmond refinery, the oil giant says it is rebuilding to pollute as usual.
Under pressure from the U.S. and other big polluters, the European Union is stopping the clock on an emissions-trading system for airlines.
It’s nice to think that the aftermath of an eco-catastrophe won’t be forcing everyone to use unsustainable power sources that will probably only make climate change worse.
Colbert takes on the health effects of wind turbines ... including herpes.
The Interior Dept. plans to close 1.6 million acres of federal land that had been slated by the Bush admin for oil-shale development. Remember Bush?
An Ohio coal company laid off employees and blamed Obama instead of acknowledging the real causes of the industry's suffering. And, yes, the coal boss is Robert Murray.
The U.S. is now producing almost 6.7 million barrels of oil a day. So, um, yay?
The New York Times has the fascinating story of how the city's transit system was pulled back from the brink of disaster.