The pipeline could lead to up to four times as much CO2 pollution as the State Department has estimated, according to a new study.
A modest local effort to build a seed library in Pennsylvania calls down the wrath of the state's farm regulators.
New Zealand accepts a refugee family from Tuvalu hoping to escape their sinking island nation.
Deepwater fracking is booming in the Gulf, but nobody has done the research to assess its impact -- and figure out what we need to know when something goes badly wrong.
We're throwing so much money at fighting wildfires, there will be little left over for prevention.
It costs so much to get adequate insurance for all those rail cars hauling crude across the continent! Why can't the railroads get the same breaks government gives nuclear operators?
A new documentary about veterans turned farmers finds that working the soil can be an antidote to the hardships of re-entry.
Kansas Republican Tim Huelskamp, a leader of the debt ceiling showdown, takes friendly fire.
Here's your primer on environmental justice, the movement demanding equal environmental protection under the law, and fairness in the distribution of environmental benefits for all people.