Chevron isn't content to stop at just controlling the national news. In an alarming development, it's disguised a propaganda rag as an online news outlet in California.
Populations of birds are at risk after a ship collided with an oil-hauling barge in the Gulf of Mexico over the past weekend.
More than $5 billion has been invested in renewable energy projects in the state since 2010.
Members of the L.A. city council want scientists to investigate whether a recent earthquake was linked to hydraulic fracturing. Frackers responded with insults.
Charles and David Koch sure are a busy coupla pranksters!
The Obama administration will soon release rules to reduce methane leakage during the production and transport of natural gas.
Planting trees, composting, and other measures that help keep carbon in the ground could soon earn farmers government payments. But a carbon tax would be better.
Another one? Yes, another one. More than 10,000 gallons of oil spilled from a ruptured pipeline into a wetland area.
For every pound of sashimi or sea bass that you stuff into your mouth, you're basically spitting four ounces of marine life onto the floor.