The Consumer Energy Alliance has been pushing a cynical campaign to turn public opinion against policies that promote solar power. In Wisconsin, it just backfired.
With the judgment in their favor tied up in a New York courtroom, indigenous residents of Ecuador's oil-polluted rainforest are going back to basics.
If your artfully glitter-glued pants don’t have a clearly defined political stance, you might as well not go out at all.
Organic farmer Paul Hain wants to ban fracking in San Benito County, Calif. A local ballot initiative may help him get his wish.
The "evercan" uses more recycled aluminum than most cans on the market right now -- but Big Beverage isn't on board yet.
More than a third of shrimp in the U.S. are mislabeled. Guess you can feel extra bad about those Endless Shrimp this year.
Democrat Mary Burke, a former exec at Trek Bicycle, has a good shot at beating right-wing Walker and becoming the state's next governor.
When you get tangled up with illegal fishing, sometimes you get caught.
Recent changes to the rules of California's carbon market threaten to allow substantial "leakage," which would merely shuffle emissions, not eliminate them. This is a Bad Thing.
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