It turns out that bubbles in melting glaciers are causing quite a ruckus.
The White House decided not to draft rules on explosive gas in tanker cars, Reuters reports. Meanwhile, an oil train blows up in Illinois.
L.A. air pollution is down, and L.A. kids' lung capacity is up. Fancy that!
Oil company execs and university bigwigs leaned on the Oklahoma Geological Survey so it wouldn’t blame quakes on fracking techniques.
Climate change is basically like Mr. Miyagi, only a jerk.
The European Union is not on track to cut CO2 emissions sharply enough -- and that’s bad news for all of the less ambitious nations out there.
As both countries get more serious about cutting pollution and building up clean energy capacity, coal feels the brunt.
Our view of the future is getting more sustainable, according to these images compiled by the U.K.’s Government Office of Science.
A new poll suggests that it could.
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