In India, about a quarter of all electricity is stolen or lost in transmission. In Nigeria, $7 billion worth of oil was pilfered last year.
The head of Murray Energy, who forced coal miners to attend a Romney rally, also demands that his management staff make political contributions.
Sometimes, as any parent knows, you just have to put your foot down.
Apple's newest release contains far fewer toxic chemicals than its predecessors, but that's still not saying much.
In the first debate, Romney made bogus statements about stimulus funding for cleantech firms. No one made any statements about climate change.
A Chinese-owned company is suing Obama for blocking its purchase of four wind farms in Oregon. Warren Buffet has no problems buying wind farms in California.
The government has spotted another oily mess in the Gulf. It isn't totally sure it's from BP. Yet, anyway.
An alliance of 240 local chambers is calling for federal support for clean energy. Meanwhile, the U.S. Chamber drinks expensive cocktails made of gasoline.
American voters like solar, according to a survey by the Solar Energy Industries Association. But not all of the poll data is convincing.