by Natasha Geiling Jun 24, 2016
At least four have died, and hundreds of thousands left without power, following devastating floods in West Virginia.
by Mary Ellen Kustin -- Guest Contributor & Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Jun 24, 2016
Big changes are in store for the government's coal program.
by Katie Valentine Jun 23, 2016
Pollinators are under huge amounts of stress, struggling to survive as habitats are destroyed.
by Joe Romm Jun 23, 2016
China's government has put forth dietary guidelines to cut meat consumption in half. They have enlisted global celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, to explain that eating less beef is good for your health AND for the climate.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 23, 2016
Cities may be responsible for 75 percent of global CO2 emissions, but mayors are taking action.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 23, 2016
A pipeline in southern California has spilled 700 barrels of crude oil as of Thursday morning.
On June 3, a Union Pacific oil train derailed in Oregon, spilling thousands of gallons of oil and forcing the evacuation of a small town. This week, Union Pacific will resume shipping oil.
by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Jun 23, 2016
"This is unprecedented. No other country has tried to do what India is trying to do -- build a clean energy economy and bring millions of people out of poverty."
by Samantha Page Jun 22, 2016
Britain's exit could actually spell good things for environmental safety in the E.U.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 22, 2016
The regulations were a step forward in the effort to protect communities who live near oil and gas wells.