The utility giant Southern Company has agreed to stop burning coal at two of its plants. In return, activists have dropped a lawsuit against a "clean coal" plant seen as the industry's last hope.
California's historic drought is forcing once-squeamish Californians to take a new look at “toilet-to-tap” water reuse.
We're throwing so much money at fighting wildfires, there will be little left over for prevention.
It costs so much to get adequate insurance for all those rail cars hauling crude across the continent! Why can't the railroads get the same breaks government gives nuclear operators?
Researchers trying to understand the costs of climate change say that increasing storm activity may run the planet nearly $10 trillion.
Warmer temps will increase the alcohol content of wine -- which will first be good, then bad, and then very, very bad.
First they poisoned the tap water. Now they're hauling huge quantities of sand out of the ground to feed their habit.
Now that Californians can get fined $500-a-day for overwatering their lawns, businesses that paint lawns green are expanding.
What does California's historic drought mean for its water supply and the rest of the nation? We'll discuss on Twitter on Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. EST.