The Coast Guard has recovered hundreds of dead, oiled birds since a ship collided with an oil barge two weeks ago in Texas.
It's now the third state to require that natural-gas operations do a better job of finding and fixing leaks.
Companies that want to build coal export facilities in Washington state say they are being outmatched by their grassroots opponents -- for now.
The FDA's proposed safety guidelines would prohibit breweries from sharing their spent grains (yum!) with farmers.
International air carriers were supposed to join the E.U.'s emissions trading program, but after the U.S. and China bitched and moaned, they've been given another years-long reprieve.
A proposal to restore critical tax credits for the wind industry breezed through a key Senate committee on Thursday with notable bipartisan support.
The White House has said it will require environmental impact studies to consider climate change, but new guidelines have been stalled for years.
New power plants fueled with trees and wood waste are being built across the U.S. They're marketed as green, but they're actually more polluting than coal plants.
Emissions from fracking pose serious health risks, but environmental regulators in Pennsylvania are completely failing to address them.