by Joe Romm Jan 29, 2016
Recent decisions by Congress and the Supreme Court boost renewables and energy efficiency so much, they may wipe out the natural gas renaissance that had been recently brought on by cheap shale gas.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 22, 2016
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline's proposed route crossed two national forests, and in doing so threatened endangered salamanders, flying squirrels, and restoration areas.
by Samantha Page Nov 18, 2015
Great news for carbon emissions. Bad news for anti-fracking communities.
by Jess Colarossi Nov 3, 2015
A proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through the Southeast U.S. is raising environmental justice, health, and regulatory questions.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Oct 22, 2015
The Atlantic coast is ripe for a clean energy explosion. It’s up to lawmakers to light the fuse.
by Samantha Page Aug 28, 2015
The company aiming to buy Hawaii's utilities should probably pay attention to this.
by Samantha Page Aug 18, 2015
Nearly 2.5 million metric tons of methane escape from processing facilities each year.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 18, 2015
Methane is less common in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide but 86 times more potent in its ability to trap heat.
by Ari Phillips Jul 14, 2015
"The industry faces a three-pronged assault from low gas prices, an aging fleet, and stringent environmental compliance.”
by Emily Atkin Jun 25, 2015
A new report shows oil and gas operations on federal and tribal lands leaked $360 million worth of fuel in 2013.