2015 Was the World’s Warmest Year—and 2016 Might Be Even Hotter
Scientists say the record-breaking high temperatures are a clear sign that climate change is accelerating.
Night of the Living Dead, Climate Change-Style
This business of driving stakes through the heart of one project after another is exhausting. But at least for now, there’s really no other way to kill a zombie.
Half of US Shale Producers “Could Go Bankrupt”
This is the lowest level for oil since 2003.
Clinton and Sanders Profess Outrage Over Flint’s Water Crisis
The Governor of Michigan is under fire from the Democratic presidential candidates after his lack of response to the water crisis in Flint that has made hundreds of people sick.
3 ‘Knitting Nannas’ Arrested Protesting 850 Proposed Gas Wells
Three women from Knitting Nannas Against Gas, an anti-coal seam gas group, have been arrested after locking themselves by their necks to the gates of a...
‘Ludicrous’ as Flint Tells Residents: Pay for Poisoned Water or We’ll Cut You Off
'All arreas should be cleared. No one should have to pay for this.'
Demand for Non-GMO Products Hits the Seed Industry
While there is growing interest in Non-GMO Project verification among seed companies, there aren’t many incentives for companies to have their seed verified because the Non-GMO Project focuses more on food.
Hong Kong Announces Plan to Ban the Ivory Trade
Hong Kong announced on Wednesday that it plans to ban the domestic ivory trade.
Obama Ends New Coal Leases on Public Lands
The federal coal leasing program had not been updated for 30 years until Obama’s recent move to stop a majority of new coal leasing on America’s public lands.
Today’s Top Wind Energy Stories: Cost Down 60 Percent Since 2009 (Video)
In the United States, the cost of wind-generated electricity is down 66 percent since 2009, and there are now 50,000 wind turbines, generating enough electricity to power 19 million homes.