U.S. oil production is surging, thanks in large part to fracking in North Dakota. The Guardian explores what that means for state residents.
The 155-megawatt solar plant in western Ghana is expected to be the fourth-largest in the world when it's completed in 2015.
Michael Forbes has fought Donald Trump's obnoxious plans to build a golf course in Scotland, winning him the praise of every living human, or at least every living Scot.
Typhoon Bopha has happily done limited damage, thanks in part to good preparation.
If California builds it, will drivers go electric?
The New York Times has pulled together data on state and city incentives for business, and we take a closer look at the energy subsidies.
After almost three years of digging into Monsanto's potentially anticompetitive practices, the feds aren't saying why they're walking away.
The IPCC's upcoming report will ignore the feedback loop of melting permafrost, which prompts Climate Progress' Joe Romm to have a justifiable conniption.
Traffic lights specifically designed for bike-riders provide a little more time to pedal through big, complex intersections.
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