Labor abuses, dangerous pesticide practices, and other problems are widespread at 24 Tetley tea plantations in India.
This time it's a spill of 100,000 gallons of coal slurry from a coal processing facility in West Virginia. Thanks, Patriot Coal!
The Kyoto Protocol required only rich countries to take action. The Obama admin says that approach is "clearly not rational or workable" any more.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are feeling nervous about soaring oil-by-rail traffic, but they disagree on what to do about it.
Minnesota is suing the oil giant, claiming it lied when taking state funds to clean up leaky tanks that were already covered by its insurers.
More than 80 landowners are banding together and aiming big, working on a wind project that could produce up to a gigawatt of electricity.
The agency is now telling industry to be more careful when it pumps diesel underground as part of its cocktail of fracking fluids.
India requires solar developers to get their panels from domestic producers. The U.S. says that discriminates against American companies.
The tank, owned by Freedom Industries, was not regulated by state or federal safety regulations, officials said at a hearing on Monday.
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