"I can't ban something because of something that might happen 500 or 1,000 years from now," says dummy.
Thanks to our domestic oil boom, "petroleum engineer" has become one of the hottest jobs in the country.
Last year was a full degree warmer than the next-warmest year of 1998.
Rest assured, though: the government insists that it is committed to drilling in the Arctic.
Both food-safety advocates and the food industry seem to like the rules aimed at preventing food-borne illness. Too bad they're so slow in coming.
A new Kickstarter-style service that makes it easy to invest in rooftop solar arrays has already sold out of shares in its public projects.
Activists mobilized on Monday at TransCanada offices in Houston and Westborough, Mass. Next up: big protests in D.C. and New England.
The mining of Alberta's tar sands has boosted levels of cancer-causing compounds in waterways up to 55 miles away, according to a new study.
Global venture investment in clean technology fell to $6.46 billion in 2012, down 33 percent from 2011. But there are bright signs for 2013.
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