If you want to build a new coal plant, the U.S. EPA says you must capture CO2 emissions. Two troubled projects show how hard that will be.
The state's oil agency is tracking five notable spills so far, plus more locations where sheens have been spotted. No one knows the full extent of the messes.
More natural disasters descended on the troubled facility this week. Can't a nuclear plant catch a break?
From a failed coal auction in Wyoming to slowing demand in China, times are tough for the world's dirtiest fossil fuel. And that's before we even get to EPA's new proposed power-plant rules.
Next week, the IPCC will issue its first climate assessment report since 2007. So it's time for the deniers to crawl out from under their rocks and scream at the top of their lungs.
A federal appeals court said the state can implement its Low Carbon Fuel Standard and require gasoline and diesel to have a lower carbon footprint. Enviros cheered.
Meanwhile, a separate tropical storm might be headed for the U.S. Gulf Coast. So much for that quiet hurricane season we'd been having ...
Republicans accused Obama of being a job-killing, coal-hating president who believes fairy tales invented by mischievous scientists.
It will be a lot cheaper to start fighting global warming today than it will be 15 or so years from now.
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