One of 2013's biggest climate fights has quiet Boardman, Ore., poised to become a backdrop for the transformation of the U.S. coal industry.
New research has determined which planned fossil-fuel projects pose the biggest threat to the climate. Coal-port expansion in the U.S. ranks near the top. Find out what the others are.
Remember when technology was going to shred our social fabric? Well, here’s an example of how it might be doing just the opposite.
A reader wonders if it’s unethical to hang on to Big Oil stocks, and if shareholder activism does any good. Umbra offers some centsible advice.
Today is the only national holiday that is not really a day "off," but a day "on."
On display at the Detroit Auto Show is evidence of gas guzzlers adopting fuel-saving technology made famous by the Prius.
Who's to blame for the failure of the climate bill in 2009 and 2010? Hint: the people who opposed it, ignored it, or undersold it.
The military is working to make its bases energy self-sufficient through the deployment of "microgrids." What it learns will be useful to civilians as well.
The Department of Energy is offering a fat check to anyone who can cut the cost of installing solar panels. If Germany can do it, surely we can too.