By Jeff Spross on April 16, 2014
The agency's annual inventory of greenhouse gas emissions found a decline after 2007, but there could be at least one hole in the measurements.
By Katie Valentine on April 16, 2014
Once evocative of blue crabs and boating, in recent years the Chesapeake Bay has become known for its pollution. So why are a group of outside states trying to block the long-awaited cleanup plan?
By Joanna M. Foster on April 15, 2014
Regulators in Ohio link March earthquakes to fracking as they issue new rules for seismic monitoring around well sites.
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By Ari Phillips on April 15, 2014
The 20 megawatt solar array will provide about a quarter of the annual electricity use for Fort Huachuca in southeast Arizona.
New research uncovers a link between Asia's dirty air and the odd colder weather in North America.
By Katie Valentine on April 15, 2014
Another company adds its name to the list of those seeking damages from BP.
By Jeff Spross on April 15, 2014
The FIRST Act would single out the social, behavioral, economic, oceanic and atmospheric sciences for an usually large amount of funding cuts.
A plane flying over the Marcellus Shale for two days measured methane being released into the atmosphere at 100 to 1,000 times the rate that the EPA estimated.
By Emily Atkin on April 14, 2014
The Canadian tar sands are the key ingredient for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
By Jeff Spross on April 14, 2014
Coal and natural gas use have risen in response to a plunge in nuclear generation after the Fukushima disaster. And Japan's new energy plan shows no desire to reverse that trend.