Climate & Energy

Blazing tires will no longer power Illinois homes

A company that burned tires to produce dirty electricity in Illinois has agreed to shutter its facility following civil rights complaints.

Business & Technology

Can Yahoo be more ‘efficient’ with more workers driving to the office?

What could this decision mean for other telecommuters, and for the planet?

Business & Technology

Notoriously polluting Carnival Cruise Lines faces legal troubles

Legal actions against Carnival cruise ships don't call out its eco-ills, but we'll take what we can get.


Organic tomatoes are healthier for you, researchers find

Organically grown tomatoes contain more vitamin C and cancer-fighting phenols than their conventional peers, according to a new study.

Climate & Energy

Southern section of Keystone XL pipeline is already halfway done

The pipeline could be pumping oil by the end of this year, TransCanada says. And when it's complete, temporary construction jobs will disappear.

Climate & Energy

Canadians are feeling cocky about Keystone approval

After a trip to D.C., Alberta's governor is "very optimistic" that the Keystone XL pipeline will be built.

Climate & Energy

It’s too hot and muggy to work this century

As the globe warms around us, it's getting harder to get any work done, a new study finds.

Climate & Energy

Multibillion dollar question: How gross was BP’s negligence?

Was BP grossly negligent, or just plain ol' negligent? A trial that began Monday over the Deepwater Horizon spill will answer that question.

Business & Technology

For Open Data Day, green hacks and snacks

On Saturday, hackers the world over will team up to create sweet apps to improve cities and the environment.