by Joe Romm Jul 25, 2016
Why does the New York Times overhype nuclear power far beyond what the facts warrant -- while generally downplaying solar and wind power far beyond what the facts warrant?
by Natasha Geiling Jul 25, 2016
A fire in Sand Canyon, near Los Angeles, has burned over 33,000 acres and threatens thousands of homes.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jul 22, 2016
California says their oil and gas emission rules would more stringent than the EPA's.
by Gwynne Taraska - Guest Contributor Jul 22, 2016
There is ample room for the North American climate relationship to evolve and be strengthened over time.
by Joe Romm Jul 22, 2016
The Democratic platform contains the strongest statement about the urgent need for climate action ever issued by a major U.S. party.
by Samantha Page Jul 22, 2016
If the United States continues with its current natural gas policy, there is no way for the country to meet its emissions reduction goals.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 21, 2016
A food waste activist is petitioning for Walmart to start selling ugly fruits and vegetables -- and it looks like the giant retailer is listening.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 21, 2016
Tesla will also be expanding its fleet of vehicles in the next few years, including with the "Tesla Semi."
by Samantha Page Jul 20, 2016
Six years after spilling more than 27,000 barrels of oil into local rivers, Enbridge Energy Limited Partnership is finally facing the music. But the music is a little soft.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 20, 2016
One more reason why fracking is bad for your health.