Buy the damn coal and keep it in the ground.
In an excerpt from her new book, Maggie Koerth-Baker looks at what electricity might mean to us after more of us start producing it at home.
A couple of glaciers shrinking more slowly than expected does not change the irrefutable fact that most are melting rapidly.
Earthquakes in the Midwest are up. But their fracking is unclear.
A large majority of birds can co-exist or thrive with operating windfarms, but some species are harmed during construction.