What would Keystone XL look like as a human being? Probably how he's portrayed in this video.
Traditional fossil-fuel-based power generation requires an enormous amount of water. No water, no power.
On the plus side, this is a problem that has only existed for 128 years.
Despite enormous pushback from Capitol Hill, the Navy is moving forward with major efforts to reduce energy consumption.
Yesterday, we worried about pipelines. Today: trains.
The actions of the owner of a pipeline that dumped a million gallons of tar-sands oil into the Kalamazoo River made a bad situation worse.
For his eight-hour tenure as top dog at Duke, Bill Johnson made a cool $44.4 million.
Michael Liebreich, head of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, talks with David Roberts about whether this supposed "oil glut" deserves the hype.
Matt Novak of Paleofuture has been posting photos of a 1985 Disney comic touting the benefits of oil pipelines and coal. What’s really striking is how much it genuinely sounds like Republican talking points. I guess Goofy is the American public, Mickey is the GOP, and whoever does Mickey’s voice is the Koch brothers.
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