A fertilizer plant exploded in rural Texas on Wednesday evening, killing at least five people and injuring more than 160.
The EPA has missed a deadline for regulating new power plants, and a coalition of states, cities, and green groups is fed up with delays.
Tar balls and oil mats are still tarnishing Gulf Coast beaches, and BP is still refusing to take full responsibility and pay for full restoration.
A plan to build a pricey coal-gasification plant is getting help from not-so-impartial legislators. Hoosiers could get hosed as a result.
The European Union's carbon-trading system is no longer working effectively, and the E.U. parliament on Tuesday voted against fixing it.
Green groups are calling on the Obama administration to stop selling off publicly owned coal at bargain-basement prices to rapacious energy companies.
Forget the environmental costs of driving a car. The financial costs alone should be enough to shock you into walking, biking, busing, and sharing.
A new building in Hamburg, Germany, has a facade of panels that will grow microalgae, which will be used to produce biofuel and provide heat.
The company knew about a corroding pipe at its refinery in the San Francisco Bay area, but didn't fix it -- and that's why the refinery exploded last August.
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