by Samantha Page Jun 21, 2016
Aliso Canyon caused a wave of outrage and a slew of new natural gas legislation in California. Can the EPA's everyday data do the same?
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 10, 2016
Texas really likes to sue the EPA.
by Natasha Geiling May 26, 2016
At Feeding the 5000, volunteers make a meal for thousands of people out of food that would have been thrown away.
by Samantha Page May 20, 2016
It would take literally thousands of fracked wells across the country for the U.K. to achieve anything close to energy independence.
by Samantha Page May 12, 2016
The new rule will reduce emissions by 11 million tons per year of CO2 equivalent by 2025.
by Samantha Page Apr 19, 2016
"This is horrible. This issue is not over with in any way."
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Apr 19, 2016
The report is a mixed collection of some good news topped by worrisome trends in human-caused emissions causing climate change.
by Samantha Page Apr 14, 2016
"The best way to protect our health from fracking is to ban this practice and keep these dirty fuels in the ground."
by Samantha Page Apr 8, 2016
Southern California’s natural gas leak has revealed problems in the state’s regulatory agencies, infrastructure, and politics. It doesn’t bode well for the rest of the world, either.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 17, 2016
A new study pinpoints agriculture, not fossil fuels, as the cause of rising methane levels since 2006.