America's biggest and dirtiest industries say the government shouldn't try to tally up the climate-related costs of fossil-fuel burning.
Pennsylvania is going after the company for spilling frackwater into a river. The company responds with Orwellian logic, arguing that the case will "discourage good environmental practices."
Nearly 1 percent of U.S. power plants -- 50 of them, all fueled by coal -- produce 30 percent of the power sector's CO2 pollution.
A Washington farmer grew a GMO-free crop of alfalfa, but an exporter wouldn't take it because it appeared to have been tainted by the genetically modified variety.
Members of Congress from North Dakota argue that frackers in their state shouldn't have to follow planned federal rules. Because things are "unique" in North Dakota.
Well-below-average Arctic ice levels continue a recent slump -- but that won't stop climate deniers from misinterpreting the data as evidence the planet is cooling.
For more than a year now, the Pacific Ocean has been without La Niña or El Niño. In its place is La Nada, which could be a lot more extreme than it sounds.
To shrink your airborne carbon footprint, stick with smaller carriers that serve regional geographic areas. (And probably don't fly Allegiant Air.)
Californian legislation that was going to restrict fracking has been lobbied and amended so it gives drillers free passes on environmental laws.
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