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German politicians have approved a law that bans fracking, ending years of dispute over the controversial technology to release oil and gas locked deep underground.
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union Friday took the world and its markets by surprise, as implications of what happens now that the second largest economy in Europe is poised to exit the E.U. loom with no clear answers in sight.
The New York City department charged with overseeing day care centers "routinely failed to test the centers" water for lead "and for years falsified reports that the tests had been completed, in order for the centers to receive operating permits " according to a sharply worded audit released on Friday by the city comptroller, Scott M. Stringer.
It’s hard not to pay outsize attention to the parts of big pictures that resonate most with one’s sensibilities. I’ve frequently pointed out the great work of what I once called “Generation E” — young people working energetically to foster social and environmental progress.
The single most effective action that most Americans can take to help reduce the dangerous emissions that cause climate change? Buy a more fuel-efficient car.
U.K. scientists overwhelmingly wanted their country to stay in the European Union, and many took to Twitter today to vent their frustration over the outcome of yesterday's referendum—as did colleagues from around the world.
It’s not just the upheaval in global financial markets. Now that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, there may also be negative consequences for international climate change policy, a number of climate change advocates and analysts say.
Elon Musk — future Mars settler, founder of Tesla – stepped into the solar business earlier this week with Tesla Motor’s $2.5 billion bid to buy SolarCity, the top home solar company in America.
On the night of June 21, members of the Patriots Defense Force militia allegedly planted a bomb at a Bureau of Land Management cabin in Mount Trumbull, in northwest Arizona, with the intention of blowing the building apart.
A few weeks ago, the federal government’s National Toxicology Program released data suggesting that radiation from cell phones might increase the risk that certain rats will develop certain tumors.
Flooding devastated White Sulphur Springs on Thursday and Friday, destroying dozens of houses, with some shoved off their foundations, and others simply disappeared, washed away in the torrent of water.
Toronto-based mining giant, Barrick Gold, spilled cyanide solution into five Argentina rivers shortly after firing an engineer who raised serious safety concerns about the mining operation responsible for the contamination.
Worldwide use of fossil fuels will peak in 2025. Solar will be the least expensive form of electricity by 2030. And, by 2040, zero-emission forms of power will represent 60% of the global mix.
An estimated 66 million dead trees in a six-county region of Southern California are a tinder box just waiting to be ignited, US officials say.
The impact from the risk British voters took in choosing to exit the European Union extends well beyond the United Kingdom.
Britain’s stunning vote Thursday to leave the European Union was part of a dramatic internal struggle over the country’s identity, culture and independence that will transform its role in the world for the foreseeable future.
The announcement that Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) will close the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant when its current operating licenses expire in 2025 has caused what can only be described as consternation mixed with occasional conniptions among the nuclear industry and some strongly pro-nuclear groups.
The brand commissioned a study to find out how many synthetic microfibers—the tiny bits of plastic that marine scientists say could be jeopardizing our oceans—are shed from its jackets in the wash. The results aren't pretty.
Symptoms worse, but so far microbe found only in Midwest.
Gov. Kate Brown again called for a moratorium on oil trains in Oregon, after federal regulators released findings Thursday that blamed this month's fiery derailment and spill in the Columbia River Gorge on Union Pacific's failure to maintain its tracks.