A failing fracking company says Canadians owe it $250 million because of a ban on fracking beneath the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.
While the federal government hacks away at spending on weather forecasting, Monsanto is taking the opposite approach.
Palo Alto will update its building codes, requiring all new homes to be prepped for electric vehicle chargers.
A couple's homeland is being lost beneath rising seas. Does New Zealand have any obligation to give them asylum?
Fuel trucks are a favorite target of anti-American forces in Afghanistan, so the Army is shifting to greener alternatives.
The president's nominee to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Ron Binz, drops his bid in the face of opposition.
Florida farmers are dousing their groves with chemicals in a desperate bid to save them from citrus greening disease. But the approach is killing the state's bees.
As Colorado oil officials continue to tally the toxic toll of flooded fracking facilities -- more than 60,000 gallons and counting -- two congressmembers are calling for a hearing.
Oil and gas drillers are carving the state's woodlands into smaller chunks -- and that's bad news for wildlife.
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