Conflicts across the world can be connected to climate phenomena like El Niño.
Some green jobs require an MBA.
Drivers are still cutting down on miles, even though gas prices are creeping downward.
An energy consulting group says the EPA and Cornell professor Robert Howarth both made erroneous assumptions that led them to overestimate the amount of methane that hydrofracking releases.
The SEC is digging into fracking, too. The financial watchdog wants information about fracking chemicals and environmental impacts.
Vermonters want solar projects, not wind projects, which they say would damage wildlife. Picky, picky.