Business & Technology

Politics

Wall Street Journal hypes ‘little-known’ decision limiting oil drilling that it reported in August

But August was a reallllly long time ago, so it's hard to blame them.

Politics

Don’t expect any new coal-ash regulations within the next 23 days

The EPA proposed new rules for coal ash in 2010, but they haven't moved forward yet. And depending on what happens on Nov. 6, maybe they never will.

Politics

Koch Industries offers its employees a handy voter guide

The Koch brothers suggest that employees vote for Mitt Romney and lots of other Republicans.

Living

Ask Umbra: What’s in a label?

Who decides what's "natural" and what's "eco-friendly"? Umbra peels back the latest on the labeling debate.

Politics

Mitt Romney’s winners and losers

Romney claims government shouldn't pick "winners and losers" in the energy sector, but it's been picking winners for decades -- the wrong winners. Sen. Bernie Sanders explains.

Climate & Energy

Is ExxonMobil trying to pipe tar-sands oil through New England?

Enviro groups have gathered evidence suggesting that big oil interests want to send tar-sands oil from Alberta, Canada, to Portland, Maine.

Climate & Energy

Obama admin lays out welcome mat for big solar projects in the West

Six Western states could soon see new commercial-scale solar projects on public land, thanks to a plan from the Interior Department.

Climate & Energy

Anti-coal movement scores powerful new allies: Tribes

Indian tribes in the Pacific Northwest are joining with environmental activists to fight coal export terminals in Oregon and Washington.

Business & Technology

Robot sea turtles could help keep the ocean safe and clean

Scientists are developing a mechanical sea turtle that can patrol the oceans.