Eminent U.S. environmentalist Bill McKibben warns that fossil fuel use is destroying the planet, and calls for curbs on the political power of the oil industry.
Back in 1962, the fossil fuels giant was bragging about its ability to heat up the Arctic.
If you think Donald Trump is a national disgrace, you haven’t been paying much attention to what’s been happening in California.
In terms of avoiding catastrophic climate change, there’s an enormous -- and disastrous -- gap between what was agreed to at the Paris summit and what was needed.
With so much confusion and tradition not based on fact, can we lighten up on Starbucks?
The ruling will impose tougher restrictions on industry and business in an attempt to curb the Chinese capital's pollution, which Greenpeace has called an “airpocalypse.”
Billionaires are hyping nuclear power as a magic cure for climate change. But there are many reasons why governments should resist their call to pump more tax dollars into nuclear energy.
Oil is Islamic State's lifeline -- a business that provides the terrorist group with more revenue than any other source, helping to fund its war in Syria and Iraq, as well as providing electricity to the 10 million people living under the group's control. So who are the individuals and groups involved in refining and selling this oil? And where does it end up?
Just a few years ago, insiders and experts wrote us off and assured the world Keystone XL would be built by the end of 2011. Together, ranchers, tribal nations and everyday people beat this project back, reminding the world that Big Oil isn’t invincible -- and that organized people can win over organized money.