Only 5 percent of the sea floor is mapped. Here's the plan to fix that.
John Delaney is taking the internet underwater, and bringing the deep ocean to the public.
Critical List: Earthquake off the coast of Indonesia; Tennessee anti-climate teaching bill now a law
A look at the news of the day.
Japan marked the one-year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster this weekend. The Americans who are paying the highest gas prices live in blue states, so everyone else quit yer bitchin’. Meet ten families who live right next a nuclear plant — and love it.
More than 200 people died in a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Turkey.
California finished its cap-and-trade plan with minimal drama. Here's how they did it.
If you are rich and worried about your environmental footprint, you can hire a whole other human being to screw in LED lightbulbs for you, run your errands on a bike, and buy cleaning products with fewer chemicals in them.
The Obama administration provided a loan guarantee to a SolarCity project that would put solar panels on 160,000 military homes — "the larger domestic residential rooftop solar project in history," Energy Secretary Chu said.
Rick Perry thinks he's a smart as Galileo. Or at least that some climate-denying scientists are.
So he’d be pretty irked to see yet more evidence that global warming is real, if he actually read newspapers.
Last week's earthquake may have shaken a Virginia nuclear plant more than the plant was designed to withstand. There wasn’t much damage, but, uh, maybe it’s time to retrofit these older East Coast plants, just in case.
Since Energy Star labels have come to mean next to nothing, there are new ones. Look for "most efficient" Energy Star labels to find appliances that meet the highest standards for energy saving.
Japan passed a bill promising incentives for renewable energy, but companies are waiting for the government to hash out the details before they jump in.