The L.A. Times' decision to reject letters to the editor that deny climate science has inspired a petition calling on other major media outlets to do the same.
The removal of pro-coal propaganda from a website is the latest sign that Illinois is moving away from brainwashing kids with deceptive messages about the harmful fossil fuel.
Big polluters edged toward a legal victory Tuesday, when the conservative Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to the Obama administration's plan to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
A jury found that BP was negligent for allowing toxic chemicals to spew from a Texas refinery for 40 days. But the jurors ruled that the company's actions caused no harm.
In a decade-long, $7 billion effort, Venice is building 78 flood barriers to help keep itself dry. The first four just passed a crucial test.
Football-field-sized pits of fracking wastewater already taint the landscapes of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Looks like Ohio will be next.
Wisconsin has just the right kind of sand for fracking, and industry wants to ship it around the world. But sand mining takes a serious environmental toll.
With the fed closed and a debt crisis looming, House Republicans still manage to hold a hearing on the real threat to the economy: the job-killing EPA.
Even as America's economy and population continue to grow, its energy appetite is falling. That's thanks to big efficiency gains.
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