More than 24 hours after Shell started drilling off the coast of Alaska, the company has yet to spill oil all over everything.
A team of scientists, engineers, and a dentist designed a nylon polymer beak that would perfectly replace the eagle's lost upper mandible.
The 742 megawatts of solar power installed during the summer is the second-largest amount installed in one quarter.
Small-scale, locally owned power (mainly solar) is spreading quickly and has enormous potential.
Literally no one saw this coming. BP, for example, was staggered.
Gina Rinehart, world's richest woman, can't believe she has to pay miners more than they would earn in Africa. She'd much rather pay them $2 a day (or less).
His arguments against the wind production tax credit would be much better applied to subsidies for Big Oil.
A bill that would have let anyone in California buy power from small-scale, local renewable projects was killed by big investor-owned utilities.
BP says it's not entirely clear who's to blame. (Really.)