The Colorado Oil and Gas Association wants to retract its pro-fracking petition after a newspaper revealed it was bogus.
A company that burned tires to produce dirty electricity in Illinois has agreed to shutter its facility following civil rights complaints.
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Legal actions against Carnival cruise ships don't call out its eco-ills, but we'll take what we can get.
Organically grown tomatoes contain more vitamin C and cancer-fighting phenols than their conventional peers, according to a new study.
The pipeline could be pumping oil by the end of this year, TransCanada says. And when it's complete, temporary construction jobs will disappear.
After a trip to D.C., Alberta's governor is "very optimistic" that the Keystone XL pipeline will be built.
As the globe warms around us, it's getting harder to get any work done, a new study finds.
Was BP grossly negligent, or just plain ol' negligent? A trial that began Monday over the Deepwater Horizon spill will answer that question.
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