The $12 billion the U.S. government earned by selling off publicly owned oil, gas, and coal is just a smiiiidge offset by some other costs.
Last year, 100 pedestrians and 24 bicyclists were killed in traffic-related accidents.
The Times' graphic description of the fire at a Bangladeshi clothing manufacturer is a graphic depiction of externalized costs.
There are 52 percent more farmers markets open this winter than there were last winter. Stock up on that kale!
Decades-old urban planning efforts have resulted in many lower-income New Yorkers living along the city's coastlines.
Activists are working to help these cute bugs rise to their former glory.
I know! We were surprised, too!
The Southeastern U.S., traditionally a coal-reliant area, is gradually shifting to natural gas as an electricity source.
Expanding the country's dirtiest city will mean flattening the landscape.