Six Western states could soon see new commercial-scale solar projects on public land, thanks to a plan from the Interior Department.
Indian tribes in the Pacific Northwest are joining with environmental activists to fight coal export terminals in Oregon and Washington.
Scientists are developing a mechanical sea turtle that can patrol the oceans.
Four men from small villages in the Niger Delta hope to hold Shell accountable for a series of pipeline leaks.
When industries make an effort to green operations, they add jobs, found a report from the Economic Policy Institute.
The Atlantic Wind Connection would also generate $19 billion in revenue for participating states. So that seems like a pretty good deal.
In a statement, the company said that the Times "did not have the right to report" at that location. Because the First Amendment is location-specific.
Rules that could help fend off food-borne illnesses are being held up at the White House.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has given the thumbs-up to plans for a new oil refinery in North Dakota. Curious timing?