The Permian Basin shale field in Texas looks like looks like tiramisu, tastes like money.
New York City promises to double the percentage of waste diverted from landfills within the next five years.
Increasing shale gas production could squash renewable energy development.
The Obama administration released a draft plan for protecting the country's oceans.
Scientists are fiddling with photosynthesis in order to make biofuel.
The Obama administration will announce today that it's limiting uranium mining near the Grand Canyon.
And the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a major environmental case in which the Sacketts, a couple backed by the conservative property rights group Pacific Legal Foundation, claim the EPA unfairly restricted their use of the property by determining that it was a wetland.
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British people now have a greater stake in fighting against hydrofracking: turns out their country has a lot of shale gas.
Luckily, though, they live in Europe, where gas executives admit that, at the very least, drilling should become safer.
The U.S. could be the biggest market for solar power in the world.
"Oops," says the United States Geological Survey, "We used to think the shale on the East coast of the U.S., which gas companies are currently fracking into submission, had a metric buttload of natural gas. Turns out it only 0.2 metric buttloads." (I'm paraphrasing.)