After a bruising first quarter of 2012, investment globally climbs -- thanks in large part to a spike in China.
The highest body of equestrian sports, the Federation Equestre Internationale, is just a little obsessed with where horse babies come from. And not without reason — have you seen the prices for champion horse sperm these days? (Man, you know …
The company cites the coal industry's "major transformation" in a public statement.
The link between reduced agricultural irrigation and reduced crop yields is becoming increasingly apparent -- and for a more populous world, an increasing problem.
Apple's new MacBook laptops are hard to take apart, and thus hard to recycle, so they fail to meet one key green standard.
And, remarkably, the U.S. produced more electricity from non-fossil fuels than from either natural gas or coal.
For his eight-hour tenure as top dog at Duke, Bill Johnson made a cool $44.4 million.
Clean energy subsidies are really very small in the grand scheme of things, says Michael Liebreich of Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Consider that we're spending $83 billion a year just to patrol the Straits of Hormuz.
Bashing corporations isn't getting us anywhere. Major environmental reforms won't be achieved without corporate support.