The State Department's new environmental impact statement says there's no good environmental reason not to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
They don't get as much press as BP's Gulf gusher did, but oil spills happen constantly. Here are just a few from this past week.
Thanks to shenanigans in Baton Rouge, Louisiana won't become the 47th state to adopt an energy-efficiency program.
A big global study finds that sugar leads to diabetes.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says farmers need help coping with climate change and encouragement to become part of the solution.
Copy and paste pre-written science-y comments ... for the climate? Basically, the Climate Reality Project wants you to troll for change.
The previous government planned to phase nuclear power out, but Japan's new leader intends to restart the country's reactors.
Cargill is shutting down a beef processing plant in response to epic drought, and that's causing lots of trouble for one West Texas town.
ExxonMobil just made a billion bucks without having to drill or sell an ounce of oil.
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