ExxonMobil assures us that EVERYTHING IS COMPLETELY COPACETIC in Mayflower, Ark., where a ruptured pipeline blew tar-sands oil all over residents' yards and into streets, streams, and a nearby lake. Mmm hmm ...
Last year's March heat wave and this year's endless freeze could be signs, climate scientists say, of a stark new reality: longer, and more unpredictable, winters and summers.
NV Energy has been shamed and embarrassed by the Reid Gardner coal plant one too many times. Now the utility has decided to get out of the coal game entirely.
We join our heroine in week three of a monthlong experiment in plant-based living. All is not well in Veganville.
ExxonMobil has instated something like martial law in Mayflower, Ark., taking control of cleanup and wildlife rescue operations while keeping residents, activists, and reporters at bay.
New figures show large swathes of the U.S. remain in the grip of drought, with worse to come.
Common clouds over the Arctic are being blamed for the much faster-than-expected rate at which Greenland's ice sheets melted last summer.
The idea? Help people give up the headache of auto ownership by turning transportation into a service.
New York's Zach Pickens resurrects the ancient art of seed saving -- with a focus on plants that thrive on rooftops and fire escapes.