by Samantha Page Feb 5, 2016
Fracking activity in California has been tied to earthquakes, according to a new study, the first of its kind.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 5, 2016
Can burning trees to power the grid be carbon neutral?
Are we entering a warming period for Congress?
by Ryan Koronowski Feb 4, 2016
The president proposed to fund clean transportation with a $10-per-barrel oil tax.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 4, 2016
Tasmania, like many areas of the world, has been increasingly experiencing extreme weather events that most scientists say are associated with man-made climate change.
by Katie Valentine Feb 4, 2016
A group of 29 states have asked the Supreme Court for a stay of the Clean Power Plan, but environmental groups are doubtful the states will succeed.
by Joe Romm Feb 4, 2016
In a stunning trend with broad implications, the U.S. economy has grown significantly since 2007, while electricity consumption has been flat, and total energy demand actually dropped. Here's how energy efficiency made this happen.
Coal is dying, but new efforts seek to get coal miners back to work.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 4, 2016
A start-up out of Boston wants to change the local food system, one shipping container farm at a time.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 3, 2016
An ecosystem is at risk, and so is people's livelihood.