The EPA says State still hasn't done its homework on the Keystone XL pipeline's potential environmental effects.
Only 43 percent believe global warming is happening and human-caused, a new survey finds. Democratic pastors are far more likely to get it than Republicans.
Between 1990 and 2010, we made very little progress in cleaning up our energy supplies, according to a report from the International Energy Agency.
Drought has given way to flooding in the Midwest, the latest manifestation of a vicious cycle that appears to be driven by climate change.
Billionaire oil barons Charles and David Koch -- mega-funders of climate denial and right-wing causes -- are looking to get into the media business.
You know that ammonia plant that blew up in Texas? The U.S. could soon be home to a lot more of those, thanks to low natural gas prices.
Wisconsin added just 18 megawatts of wind power capacity in 2012, compared with more than 100 in Michigan and more than 300 in Ohio.
The leaders of Sanford, N.Y., barred citizens from speaking about fracking during public meetings -- until a lawsuit scared them into respecting free speech.
More than 1,000 people converged on a Nebraska town to tell the State Department what they think of plans to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
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