Increasing partisan polarization is driving the two major parties farther apart on environmental policy. Example A: the wind energy tax credit.
Predictions about what El Niño's going to do this year have been thrown around for the last few months. Here's why you should care.
All-natural Cheetos? Natural butter flavor granules? The natural food label is pretty much meaningless.
SolarCity, the leading residential panel installer, is buying a solar manufacturer and planning to build a huge panel factory in New York.
Few regions on Earth have experienced climate change to the same degree as the Islamic world.
Canada's prime minister has approved a pipeline from the tar sands to the Pacific. Residents and First Nations in the way are unlikely to go along quietly.
If the city council OKs the plan, Berkeley motorists would be confronted with a "CO2 Alert" every time they fill up their tanks.
The U.S. is proposing to double the area of protected ocean with the expansion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.
Clinton is promoting her new book "Hard Choices," but she's dodging a choice on the controversial pipeline.
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