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Four years ago OECD country leaders promised to reduce fossil fuel subsidies. Now IEA figures show they have soared from $300 billion to $544 billion.
"If you think GMOs are safe, drink the poison." Residents of Kauai testifying about birth defects from the spraying of GMO crops around schools and residences. Sobering.
Japan's secrecy law, just passed by parliament, gives the government carte blanche to designate state secrets - and restrict information about anything it likes. Saul Takahashi hears the sound of jackboots on the march ...
The 'green' carpet maker Interface has signed up for a sustainable gas supply made from rotting fish.
As it sheds a dirtier, oil-dependent past, Scandinavia has become a mecca for green energy, design and policy, boasting some of the world’s most efficient buildings, lowest fossil fuel use and boldest emission targets.
Top White House official Gary Guzy will step down from his post on the administration's Council of Environmental Quality. The announcement comes on the heels of Nancy Sutley's pending departure as chairwoman of the Council, continuing a reshuffle of the top players on environment issues.
A substance believed to cause cancer in those exposed to it over an extended period of time is in the air near Marcellus Shale fracking sites, according to Wheeling-Ohio County Health Department Administrator Howard Gamble.
It’s a single shale gas exploration project in one of Canada’s smallest provinces, but it has become a flashpoint in the debate over indigenous land rights in the country.
The EPA on Friday sent notice to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes in central Wyoming that the federal agency has approved their application to have the Wind River Indian Reservation treated as a separate state for purposes of implementing the federal Clean Air Act.
Canada says it will try to extend its territorial claims in the Arctic to include the North Pole, although it hasn't yet fully mapped the area, doesn't have the scientific evidence to back the claim and faces major diplomatic hurdles.
Cabot Oil & Gas Co., which claimed 15 of the 20 most-productive Marcellus Shale natural-gas wells during the first half of this year, reported more eye-popping numbers Monday for its Susquehanna County, Pa., operations.
As the U.S. State Department readies its final review of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, environmentalists on Monday stepped up their fight against the project. The closed-door meeting came as the State Department puts the finishing touches on its final supplemental environmental impact statement.
One of the world’s rarest whale species seems to have deserted its habitual feeding grounds during 2012 – and scientists think climate change may be a factor.
Canadian musician Neil Young, who recently lashed out at environmental degradation in the oilsands, is going to play a series of concerts to raise money for an aboriginal band embroiled in legal challenges.
An ongoing U.S. Department of Energy-backed research project led by a U.S. Navy scientist predicts that the Arctic could lose its summer sea ice cover as early as 2016 - 84 years ahead of conventional model projections.
China issued its first nation-wide blueprint for adapting to climate change, as governments around the world shift their efforts from focusing solely on curbing global warming to minimizing its impact on people and the environment.
When it comes to climate change, local officials have a message for Washington: Lead or get out of the way. Local governments have long acted as first responders in emergencies and now are working to plan for sea level rise, floods, hurricanes and other extreme events associated with climate change.
Mexico's Senate on Tuesday moved a step closer to passing reforms to open up the country's oil industry to private investment, sending a draft bill to the floor of the upper chamber to speed up the approval process.
Food, dairy and environmental groups said Congress needs to move forward with legislation to end a mandate requiring ethanol to be blended into the country’s gasoline supply.
TransCanada has begun moving oil into the Keystone XL pipeline’s southern leg, which runs from Oklahoma to the Texas coast, a company spokesman said Monday.