Wind, solar and other renewables are much cheaper.
Based on years of immersive reporting, Eliza Griswold’s “Amity and Prosperity” follows the legal battle that ensued when a single frack site began to affect three neighboring families.
Imagine a world with so much renewable, clean energy that it could provide all the electricity society needed, reliably and without any interruption, round the clock. That could soon be a reality.
Money talks, says a study of Washington’s political lobbying and its influence on climate change law. Most of the most vocal money comes from big energy.
Oil leases could cover Colorado's North Fork Valley.
The former EPA chief’s career has been dedicated to two things: filling his family bank account and bending energy policy toward the extraction and burning of every last hydrocarbon on earth.
Meeting the world's energy needs "must not destroy civilization," Pope Francis says at an energy conference at the Vatican.
The state’s stagnant funds could be put to good and much-needed work through a publicly owned bank—instead of being put at high risk through investment in public-private partnerships.
China’s energy policy seems perplexing: It is implementing coal-use reductions at home, yet helping to build coal-fired power plants abroad.
The U.S., France and the U.K. continue to build nuclear power stations without addressing the problem of existing waste, which is reaching potentially dangerous levels.