by Ari Phillips May 4, 2015
There are now some 500,000 rail-car loads of flammable material traveling through North America. It just takes one incident to incite a disaster.
by Ari Phillips Apr 28, 2015
In proposing fracking regulations, the Florida legislature is giving lip service to the public and full service to the industry.
by Ari Phillips Apr 23, 2015
Oklahoma is at the epicenter of the debate over how to balance the growth of fossil fuel extraction and the negative impacts associated with it.
by Shiva Polefka - Guest Contributor Apr 16, 2015
Gov. Pat McCrory says a 50-mile buffer zone is too much.
by Katie Valentine Apr 16, 2015
Oil and gas theft has become a major economic, environmental, and safety problem in Mexico.
by Samantha Page Mar 31, 2015
Renewable energy is surging in the face of low oil prices, investors say.
by Samantha Page Mar 27, 2015
In its quest for oil, Canada has lifted regulations on much of its water supply.
by Emily Atkin Mar 25, 2015
If all does not go well for the EPA, the much-anticipated rule will go back to the drawing board.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 20, 2015
"It feels ridiculous to have a discussion about lifting the ban on oil exports and not talk about climate change."
by Katie Valentine Mar 16, 2015
In the seven years that Americans have been waiting for a federal decision on Keystone XL, pipeline construction in the U.S. has surged.