Exurban development patterns not only worsen climate change, they also make residents more vulnerable to one of its effects.
The EPA wants to know how much CO2 energy companies are emitting, but the companies argue that they shouldn't have to spill such "trade secrets."
More than 400 American politicians across all levels of government have signed the Kochs' "No Climate Tax Pledge." A two-year investigation into the Kochs reveals that fact and a lot more.
Ernest Moniz insists that fossil fuels, including coal, will remain a significant part of America's energy mix for quite some time.
Monsanto and other agro-giants use Hawaii as a testing ground for GMO crops and accompanying agricultural chemicals. Local lawmakers are trying to rein them in.
Plans are afoot to build the region's biggest oil shipping terminal in Vancouver, Wash. -- and that's just one of many proposals for moving more oil through the Northwest by rail and ship.
Obama nominated her four months ago, but Republicans have been holding up the process. Might they finally be ready to let it proceed?
After 50,000 bumblebees were wiped out by pesticide spraying, Oregon decided to outlaw use of the offending products for six months.
President Obama has launched a new Power Africa initiative to bring more electricity to the continent, but the details are fuzzy.
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