By Michael Brune on July 24, 2012
Beginning this weekend, the Sierra Club and its allies will hold We Are the Kalamazoo events across North America to mark this two-year anniversary of the largest and most toxic inland oil spill in U.S. history
By The Guardian on May 2, 2012
Solar industry concerns over the effect of the cut appear to be supported by dramatic dip in installations since 1 April
By The Guardian on April 4, 2012
The revival of a government initiative to design the first workable demonstration project could create an industry with 100,000 jobs
By ProPublica on March 20, 2012
When the EPA announced last week that the water is safe to drink in Dimock, PA, it seemed to vindicate the energy industry’s insistence that drilling and fracking had not caused pollution in the area. But there’s more to the story.