(WASHINGTON) — The Obama administration will allow companies to seek authorization to kill and harm bald and golden eagles for up to 30 years without penalty in an effort to balance some of the environmental trade-offs of green energy.
The change, requested by the wind energy industry and officially revealed Friday, will provide
(CHICAGO) — The images are startling. Billowing black clouds darken the daytime sky as wind-driven grit pelts homes and cars and forces bewildered residents to take cover.
The onslaught, captured in photos and video footage from Detroit and Chicago this year, was caused by the same thing: brisk winds sweeping across huge black piles …
An investigation examines the environmental effects of growing more corn for ethanol
Rain has been scarce in South Texas, where the oil and gas boom is depleting precious aquifers
Requires energy makers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
While the President might want to talk education on his visit to upstate New York, there will be no escaping the war over fracking
Hurricane Sandy made it clear: as the climate warms, population grows and sea level rises, extreme weather will hurt more. That’s why we need to fix flood insurance
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, a study suggests that conservation can protect potential storm victims
Nature may have its own way of adapting to climate change, as a new study shows that forests get more economic with water as greenhouse gases levels increase
Why Obama’s alternative-energy agenda may be his biggest legacy
Existing research suggests that hurricanes could become stronger but less frequent thanks to climate change. But a new study says both could happen.
Obama has probably done more than anyone in the history of the planet to reduce carbon emissions