Critical List: Gas prices drop; Mount Fuji’s on top of an active fault
Gas prices are falling.
Americans are willing to deal with a 13 percent hike in electricity bills if it means more of their power will come from clean energy.
Twenty-six states are fighting for schools to teach evolution and climate change — a welcome change from school reformers who want to tear down those ideas.
Right under Japan’s Mount Fuji is a fault that could result in a magnitude-7 earthquake.
The Forest Service and National Park Service are trying to protect trees from a climate-change-fueled pine beetle explosion.
Oil companies have invested $30 billion more in biofuels development than the U.S. government has.
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