InsideClimate News has published an in-depth series on a million-gallon-plus spill of oil-sands crude near Kalamazoo, Mich. Here are the good bits.
Interior Secretary Salazar announced plans to allow exploration in one of America's most remote areas. If you can't see spills, do they happen?
You will basically be rewarded for not reading this post to the end.
The Senate is set to vote on a new regulation from the EPA. What does it all mean? We answer your questions.
We can certainly all agree that a fossil fuel-based economy run by a cartel is the best way to do things, right?
We're as puzzled as you are. It's almost like the argument that drilling more will lower gas prices is totally wrong.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm will make the case for preserving hand-outs to Big Oil. But is he speaking for himself, or for the campaign?
It's almost impossible to know how much oil spilled into the Kalamazoo River in 2010. One thing we can know: It was more than Enbridge reported.