Thanks to a disclosure law in California, we now know that frackers are polluting water with petroleum chemicals, heavy metals, radioactive elements, and carcinogens.
Re-engineering the climate might slow warming, but it does nothing for communities on the ground, says Simon Nicholson of American University.
This is how you use the creepy power of the internet to do some real good.
From wind turbines to iron ore mines -- Walker is the absolute worst candidate for the environment.
A marketing consultant tried to get me to write a column about solar startup in exchange for a panel. It didn't work.
Your grandpa's favorite fish (and mine) can't support a West Coast fishery — or all the charismatic megafauna -- that rely on them.
The bike kitchen movement greases the gears of the real sharing economy.
This week, our roundup of badass women in the news also includes a controversial filmmaker and power-playing politicos.
The company wants to bring 1,000 new trucks to the neighborhood, which is already home to high asthma rates and heavy industry.