We have a ocean-destroying plastic problem, but fishery waste could help.
Only a miniscule portion of the company's massive market value goes towards renewable energy projects.
A new government report cites decades-long declines of greater sage-grouse and offers a framework to save the species.
One person’s trash is another’s jet fuel.
In the US, private residents end up footing the bill to prevent further eyesores and pollution.
A new policy brings back an old approach to tallying the cost of carbon, albeit with limitations.
They aren’t eco-friendly, but can be lifesaving in a catastrophe.
Facing falling demand for fossil fuels, companies like Shell are betting big on another polluting commodity: plastic.
The blackouts were actually years in the making.
The two seemingly opposing forces can form a dynamic duo in times of crisis.
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