Two new reports outline the economic boons that would follow if we would just dump our climate-wrecking dirty-energy addiction.
Drillers spilled 26 million gallons of oil and related contaminants last year. That's how much spilled during 11 days of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Two new studies reveal the staggering disconnect between actual methane emissions and official EPA estimates.
Latest studies show that the ice sheet's gradual disappearance is now irreversible, along with catastrophic, if slow, sea-level rise.
That's not a rhetorical question. The EPA is seeking public comment, even though it might not do anything after the comments are received.
It's the third notable environmental court win in a month, upholding the EPA's right to clamp down on particulates that cause heart attacks and asthma.
After years of repeated grumblings of “we’re going to do this, we promise,” Obama has finally plunked some solar panels on his house.
Stanford University became the 12th -- and most prestigious -- college to agree to divest from some fossil fuel stocks.
It's the first California city to outlaw the practice, but it probably won't be the last.