Carbon-tax proposals are going nowhere in Congress, but the Koch brothers aren't taking any chances. They're fighting the proposals -- on behalf of the low-income and the elderly, of course.
Heat records are being broken across Alaska this summer. It's not clear whether the persistent heat is linked to global warming, but it has been implicated in a salmon die-off.
The feds auctioned off the right to build turbines in nearly 165,000 acres of New England waters -- the first of many offshore auctions planned.
The lightweight BMW i3, designed for urban living, will sell for $42,350 before a federal EV rebate of $7,500. Critics love it.
The Valley Meat Co. in New Mexico plans to begin killing horses for meat, unswayed by a legal challenge and an apparent arson attack.
Too many pesticide-spraying crop dusters are accidentally missing their targets, killing neighbors' crops and making people sick.
Drillers in the state don't have an easy way to get their natural gas to market, so nearly a third of it is being flared off, i.e. totally wasted.
Gina McCarthy, in her first speech as EPA administrator, pushes home the point that curbing carbon pollution will spark business innovation.
Idyllic beaches in Thailand have been deserted after an oil pipeline ruptured, coating the shorelines with crude.