Rage over environmental abuses has become the leading cause of riots and civil unrest in China.
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has introduced legislation that would track fish from ocean to plate to help diners know what they're eating.
Thanks to new science education standards, most of America's students will learn about climate change during science class.
The vast majority of federal loans to rebuild in New York City and New Jersey post-Sandy are going to properties in flood zones.
A bipartisan Senate bill would help the EPA and local communities clean up contaminated sites -- good news for the economy and the environment.
If the mayor gets his way, the desert town of Lancaster in Southern California would set a precedent for other sunny cities.
So much for the oil giant's "Beyond Petroleum" branding and sunburst logo. Meanwhile, Chinese solar companies are having troubles of their own.
Eating too much processed meat makes you more likely to be killed by a heart attack or cancer, a new study finds.
Sen. Mary Landrieu says she has "had enough" of the Obama administration persecuting BP and the whole oil and gas industry.
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