Chevron's lawyers are going after shareholders who want the company to face up to damage from extensive pollution in the Ecuadorean rainforest.
Some rural areas are getting a big economic boost from oil and gas development, but many other areas are still struggling.
NYC's bike-sharing program is now expected to start up in May 2013. If you're adding that to your calendar, do so in pencil.
It's kind of like learning that you're going to be shot to death with fewer bullets.
Those who can leave areas most at-risk from future storms will, further exacerbating the challenges of low-income residents who can't.
Except for our climate problems.
Only 5 percent of old-growth redwood forest remains, but activists are stepping up -- with their trowels.
The fleece purveyor is super-sustainable -- or at least as much as it can be selling clothes to Americans.
The winter tourism industry is set to contract by $2 billion as temperatures climb.
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