The coal industry has rolled out a new ad trying desperately to paint itself as “clean.”
The Sierra Club’s anti-coal campaign has shut down proposals for 166 coal-fired power plants.
Every year fossil fuels get six times as much money in subsidies from the U.S. government — i.e. you, the taxpayer — than renewable energy.
African Americans are more likely than whites to live near coal-fired power plants — and, not coincidentally, they have a 35 percent higher rate of asthma.
The Sierra Club launches a new campaign using classic shows like Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting to parody the desperation of Big Coal advertising.
Thin sea ice leads to a “bromine explosion” that turns gaseous mercury in the atmosphere into a toxic pollutant that falls on snow, land and ice and can accumulate in fish.
Nathan Myhrvold responds to follow-up questions about his paper that found that the transition to carbon-free energy must begin immediately.
Activists have succeeded in getting Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to shut down the city’s two coal plants — one of them by the end of the year. That doesn’t mean the city is off coal power entirely, of course, but …
A Yale poll found that Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to oil, coal, and gas subsidies.