They're banding together to quash state-level labeling campaigns, pushing instead for national labeling standards -- but only voluntary ones.
Most of the fracking underway in the U.S. is occurring in regions that are experiencing water stress.
Just as the Games kick off, Russia has jailed two activists who were about to publish a report on damage caused by Olympic preparations.
Monte Shaw, head of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association, hates Big Oil, which is refreshing -- but he loves the ethanol industry, which is not so refreshing.
Nearly half of Pennsylvania's shale-rich state forests have been leased to frackers. The state's Republican governor thinks that's not enough.
The Dan River in North Carolina has been turned into gray sludge -- and Duke Energy still hasn't figured out how to stop the leak.
A proposed gold and copper mine near Alaska’s fish-rich Bristol Bay would be a terrible idea, 360 scientists say in a letter to the EPA.
Obama has been as bad as Bush when it comes to curbing ground-level ozone pollution. But soon he'll have another chance to get ozone rules right.
A bill in Maryland would make poultry producers pay five cents a bird to help protect the bay from chicken-waste runoff.