By Joe Romm on April 2, 2014
Wyoming media reports the Department of Energy is reconsidering the loan guarantee application for a stalled coal to liquids project. Worst. Idea. Ever. By. Far. Seriously.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 28, 2014
The construction project will employ 400 people and, when completed in 2015, will generate 250 megawatts or enough energy to power 93,000 homes in Los Angeles.
By Jeff Spross on March 26, 2014
Only 3 out of 74 Chinese cities fully complied with pollution standards in 2013, and the country's capital saw pollution 10 times the safety level yesterday.
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According to a report by CO2 Scorecard, carbon emissions from U.S. exports in 2007 to 2012 overran emission cuts from the natural gas boom.
By Katie Valentine on March 25, 2014
Murray Energy contends that the EPA hasn't taken jobs into account when drafting its emissions regulations.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 25, 2014
A new Sierra Club poll found that 70 percent of North Carolina voters are more likely to support candidates who favor strong regulation of coal ash.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 20, 2014
After years of illegally discharging hundreds of tons of carcinogens into the air, Tonawanda Coke just outside of Buffalo, NY was sentenced on Wednesday to pay a $12.5 million fine.
By Jeff Spross on March 19, 2014
A major utility group overshot how much previous rules for sulfur dioxide emissions would hike electricity rates by 16 to 24 percent.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 19, 2014
As Illinois increases its dependence on coal, residents fight back against new strip mines and spiking utility bills.
By Katie Valentine and Kiley Kroh on March 11, 2014
As coal production declines in West Virginia, taking jobs and economic activity with it, the effort to diversify faces a steep uphill battle.