As we mark the fourth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, not all the news is grim. Determined activists have made some real gains.
The administration is giving federal agencies more time to weigh in on the pipeline. That means a decision will probably be pushed past the midterm elections.
The coordinator for BP's cleanup effort dumped company stock while the magnitude of the spill was being covered up. The SEC calls that insider trading.
Mark Ruffalo won our "Who's your fave green celeb" poll, plus he's just plain rad.
California cities edge closer to a comprehensive plan for riders and drivers to sensibly share the streets.
BP announced recently that "active cleanup" of the Gulf is over. But the Coast Guard is actually in charge, and it says "not by a long shot."
The White House held a solar summit, where it announced $15 million in new support for the solar energy industry.
Filmmakers Neil Losin and Nathan Dappen talk about their film "Snows of the Nile," a visually stunning documentary about disappearing glaciers in Uganda.
The documentary "Vanishing Pearls" spotlights the African-American oystermen of Louisiana whose way of life has been destroyed in the wake of the BP oil spill.