Energy demand in big cities is poised to soar, but with forward-thinking urban and transportation planning, we could keep that growth in check.
Fifty-six percent of Republicans in a recent poll said they support regulating carbon dioxide as a pollutant.
Waste-to-energy plants promise to turn garbage into electricity. Too bad they're dirty and expensive.
A utility in Iowa is suing neighboring farming counties over fertilizer runoff that ends up in the drinking water.
Another day, another miracle drug found in the dirt.
And the U.S. lags further and further behind ...
John Kerry just visited India to lay the groundwork for an agreement ahead of Obama’s trip to the country later this month.
A new lawsuit is trying to force the feds to release that info. And another suit seeks info on which toxic chemicals are used by frackers.
Now the only New York City takeout leftovers will be your Kung Pao.
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