by Samantha Page Jul 31, 2015
The country's smallest utilities are all in on renewable energy and efficiency plans.
by Joe Romm Jul 30, 2015
You can expect many conservatives critical of the Clean Power Plan to start using the poll-tested words "technology" and "innovation" over and over.
by Emily Atkin Jul 30, 2015
Why the EPA is "pleased" about a loss in court this week.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 30, 2015
A new study from the University of Minnesota found that emission levels from nitrous oxide, a potent greenhouse gas, have been severely underestimated.
by Katie Valentine Jul 30, 2015
An environmental group is suing the state of California’s oil agency for not incorporating certain information into its fracking rules
by Rupali Srivastava Jul 30, 2015
The climbers say they’re ready to stay put until they’re certain Shell's ship won’t go to the Arctic.
by Ari Phillips Jul 30, 2015
The inspiration of William Blake's famous poem is in more danger than ever of dying out.
An AP investigation has revealed something foul about Brazil's Rodrigo de Freitas Lake.
Pope Francis has helped jumpstart a broader conversation on climate change. If you want to join in, here are some tips, via the June 23 communications panel at the White House Public Health and Climate Change Summit.
The prescription: less coal, curb natural gas growth, and focus aggressively on renewables and energy efficiency.