An attachment to a "must-pass" bill gives sacred Native-American land to a foreign mining company. How did this happen and what can we do about it?
The drought reaches epic proportions as an unprecedented freeway-jumping brush fire closes the main road up to Vegas.
What Zharkova and her co-authors meant, Renwick explains, was that the amplitude of the solar cycle may decrease by 60 percent during that period.
Jim Hughes, CEO of New York–based First Solar, predicted the U.S. will be down to $1 per watt solar by 2017, three years ahead of the U.S. Department of Energy’s goal.
France is particularly cautious about managing heatwaves, after a bout of hot weather in Europe in 2003 that left 20,000 people dead, 15,000 in France alone.
A recent study by U.C. Davis researchers projected that the drought would cost California's economy $2.7 billion in 2015 alone.
Markets, not policy, are starting to drive more energy projects.
A second evacuation was ordered Tuesday for the Kenai Keys subdivision in Alaska, after two wildfires continued to burn north and south of Anchorage, Alaska.
"Save our Swirled: If it's melted, it's ruined."
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