Peabody is paying the feds 25 cents per ton for coal that's likely to sell for $35 per ton. Hope they can eke out a profit!
Excessive residue in gasoline from a refinery in Indiana could screw with the cars of 7,000 unlucky consumers.
We won't use the amount of electricity we thought we'd be using in 2019 until 2030, according to a new forecast.
Fifth-grader Mia Hansen collected over 130,000 signatures, and the smoothie giant agreed to phase out styrofoam by 2013.
And if you're building one that burns oil? Graduate into the 20th century, pops.
Sunrise Coal's plan for a new Illinois mine is being held up by concerns over water use -- bad luck in a drought year.
Yeah, I think I’m comfortable with this country’s research funding going towards developing android swaggerbots. As far as I’m concerned, this could be DARPA’s greatest achievement since the internet.
The company is hoping they can come up with something a little more creative and sustainable than the current plan of incineration, composting, or disposal.
Little did European explorers know that they only had to burn a shit ton of coal and then wait a bit in order to discover the fabled route.