Ohio's renewable energy mandate has been good for ratepayers, a new study finds. But that's isn't stopping one Republican from trying to roll it back.
Pro-coal propaganda has been woven into curricula in Illinois schools, but now a state review is calling for changes to the program.
Youngstown, Ohio, had never experienced a recorded earthquake. Then frackers started pumping wastewater into the ground at a single injection well, and things got crazy.
Canadian oil companies still desperately want the Keystone XL pipeline, but U.S. oil refiners don’t much care whether the damned thing ever gets built.
Russia doesn't like a proposal to protect 890,000 square miles of Antarctic waters, so New Zealand is looking to scale it back. What will the U.S. do?
European leaders want to use fracking to emulate America's oil and gas boom. European citizens are not so happy about that idea.
Enviro groups are suing the feds over cultivation of genetically engineered crops and use of pesticides in Midwestern wildlife refuges.
Utility customers who were told their electricity use was being tracked as part of an experiment reduced their consumption by 2.7 percent.
Workers dumped tons of grout into a ridge to try to repair damage caused by mining, but the grout poured out the bottom and into a creek.
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