With a key tax credit for the wind industry due to expire on Dec. 31, the main wind advocacy group says a phaseout of the credit would be OK.
After halting fracking due to concerns over earthquakes, the U.K. has once again fallen victim to American soft power.
For the seventh consecutive quarter, millions more Americans rode trains, subways, and buses.
And a new office of urban innovation could spur even more eco-futurism in the City of Brotherly Love.
It's just natural gravity at work this time, but soon the waters could be this high all the dang time.
Google's annual report on top searches prompted us to check out who looked for info on Hurricane Sandy, drought, and global warming.
Winters in the Northeastern U.S. will have less snow and more rain in the future. As a native, I find this heartbreaking.
New health centers for low-income people are being built on formerly contaminated land -- finally, brownfields redevelopment that helps locals.
And Yoko knows bad.
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