“John Shott. First Energy, $2,000. Appalachian Power, $2,000. Steptoe & Johnson—that’s a gas and oil law firm—$2,000. Consol Energy, $1,000. EQT, $1,000. And I could go on.”
Microplastic glitter is a staple for Rio Carnival costumes, but tiny plastic sheets pose threats to the environment and marine life.
Citizens in a small Michigan town are battling Nestle Water over claims that the company's water extraction techniques are ruining the river.
The former Montana congressman and Navy SEAL has faced plenty of questions about his air travel as secretary of the interior.
Projections suggest bitcoin mining will require all of the world’s current energy production within three years.
Sealed Air Corporation ranked among the top 10 publicly traded companies in the U.S. for sustainability practices on Newsweek's Green Rankings 2017 list.
Soil can store three times the amount of carbon found in the atmosphere.
Embalming is now considered a dangerous practice.
Gore spoke during the ninth annual National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
After having derided an Associated Press report, EPA said it found damage and toxic material exposed at the San Jacinto River Waste Pits in Houston.
Starting a nuclear war really would bring “fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
Hundreds of positions remain open that oversee natural resources and the environment.
Communities living near the 'Volcano of Fire' are on standby as ash continues to shoot into the sky, raising fears of a massive eruption.
Despite the avoidance of millions of tons of carbon dioxide emissions through use of renewable energy, increased efficiency and conservation efforts, the rate of increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere remains high.
Pyongyang said it was "typical" of the U.S. to put the whole planet at risk.
Trump is not only ignoring the real danger of climate change but ceding economic power to China.