Does the consulting firm studying the environmental impacts of Keystone XL have a conflict of interest? State's Inspector General is looking into the question.
Under the terms of their family's damage settlement with a drilling company, two kids are forbidden from talking about fracking for the rest of their lives.
French utility EDF is selling its stake in five American nuclear reactors, citing concerns about profits. It will focus on renewable energy instead.
The country gets just 4 percent of its electricity from renewable sources, but seven new solar farms will change that.
With Keystone XL in limbo, TransCanada announced Thursday that it wants to build an even bigger pipeline from Alberta to eastern Canada.
EPA administrators who served under Nixon, Reagan, Bush I, and Bush II co-sign an op-ed in The New York Times calling for climate action.
In an address to her department, the secretary of the interior called climate action a "moral imperative."
To save the world from global warming, some scientists think we should vegetate the world's deserts out of existence.
Carbon-tax proposals are going nowhere in Congress, but the Koch brothers aren't taking any chances. They're fighting the proposals -- on behalf of the low-income and the elderly, of course.
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