The government's rosy predictions about natural gas are wrong, suggests a new analysis.
The EPA's proposed power plant regulations will help the American economy, not cripple it, say companies like Ikea, Kellogg’s, and Nestle.
Greenland and Antarctica won't melt in our lifetimes, but these maps give us a glimpse of what our descendants are in for.
A California company is fixing to fill up urban nooks and crannies with plugin farming systems.
The feds are still letting coal companies mine on public land at far below market rates, contrary to the goals of the president's own climate plan.
Climate change isn't just about who's emitting now. It's about who's emitted over the last 150 years -- and the U.S. bears a lot of the blame.
It’s OK to discriminate on orientation when it comes to solar panels. West is best.
We got over the Carmani ick factor pretty quickly with this sobering stat: A million animals end up dead on U.S. roadsides every day.
Here's some advice for environmental philanthropists on how to navigate a politically polarized U.S. political system: Choose sides.
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