A new 84-turbine farm in Ethiopia will help keep the country powered when droughts slow hydropower to a trickle.
Shocked that a big oil spill in North Dakota was kept from the public for 11 days? That's nothing. Turns out lots of spills have gone unreported by the state.
A state law calls for a study of how "cyclical climate change" could affect the state. Climate scientists don't know what that means and don't want anything to do with it.
The utility will pay to clean vehicles, but not houses, yards, or anything else. It claims coal ash is nothing to worry about. Enviros say au contraire.
The feds tried to auction off the rights to build solar projects on public land in Colorado on Thursday, but nobody bid.
Scientists discovered microplastic in one third of gooseneck barnacles hanging out in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Has India tossed out the Kama Sutra and come up with another way of screwing the world?
Charges have been lowered against Greenpeace protesters who scaled an Arctic offshore platform, but they could still get seven years in jail.
It will now take just one day to get a permit for a small solar array in the Windy City, down from a month. And the permit fees are falling, too.