But this Associated Press article about pollution from solar-panel manufacturing might lead you to believe otherwise.
The U.S. added just under half of its new wind capacity in December, thanks to tumultuous politics.
More and more property owners are discovering what happens when frackers set their sights on underground minerals.
The Interior Department is investigating whether coal companies have been dodging royalty payments for coal mined from public land.
A draft "Climate Change Adaptation Plan" outlines how global warming will muck with EPA's efforts to protect our air and water.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative plans to slash the amount of allowable climate pollution. Conservatives, of course, are complaining.
Guys, we don't want to scare you, but building more wind turbines might kill off nuclear plants.
And if the governor doesn't allow public comment, all you have to do is be famous and release a YouTube video. Done and done.
When there's a lot of money to be made, a lot of people of varying commitment to ethical behavior will show up.
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