The United Nations and World Bank want to get electricity to everyone in the world by 2030, but not all energy sources are welcome.
As many as a million birds a year die after landing in oil-industry waste pits. This time, an oil company is being held responsible.
Pipeline accidents are on the rise in China as refineries boost their capacity to fuel the nation's growth.
Local, state, and federal governments are pushing back against the storage of uncovered piles of petroleum waste. Now residents are suing, too.
NASA plans a lunar experiment in drone farming. It's also trying to figure out how to make food with 3D printing.
Your genetically modified fish dinner is almost ready. But first it will need to cross the continent twice.
About 1,200 acres of coastal land has disappeared from four South Carolina islands over the past 25 years, thanks to rising seas and erosion.
A New Zealand court turns away a resident of low-lying Kiribati, saying environmental woes aren't sufficient for him to qualify as a refugee.
Deniers working to slow progress at U.N. talks in Warsaw compared climate action with the Holocaust, as part of an effort to raise money.
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