That food you're eating right now? You may want put it in a safety deposit box, because global price spikes and plummeting reserves mean some places could go hungry as soon as 2013.
Enviro groups have gathered evidence suggesting that big oil interests want to send tar-sands oil from Alberta, Canada, to Portland, Maine.
Six Western states could soon see new commercial-scale solar projects on public land, thanks to a plan from the Interior Department.
Norway is raising its carbon tax and setting up a $1.6 billion fund to help developing countries cope with climate change. Only in Scandinavia!
Indian tribes in the Pacific Northwest are joining with environmental activists to fight coal export terminals in Oregon and Washington.
Four men from small villages in the Niger Delta hope to hold Shell accountable for a series of pipeline leaks.
The drought devastated corn and soybean crops, but pumpkins thrive in dry weather. We figure pumpkin prices will peak somewhere around January.
The Atlantic Wind Connection would also generate $19 billion in revenue for participating states. So that seems like a pretty good deal.
In a statement, the company said that the Times "did not have the right to report" at that location. Because the First Amendment is location-specific.
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