• Opinion

A bitter dispute over the potential of renewable energy to power modern society has spilled into court.

  • Opinion

A federal district court in Wyoming holds that the Interior Department lacked the authority to adopt regulations limiting hydraulic fracturing on federal lands.

  • Opinion

A brief backgrounder on the Clean Power Plan and the legal challenges to it.

  • Opinion

In a surprise move, a 5-4 Supreme Court places a hold on the EPA's effort to control greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.

Former EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman appears to understand neither the Clean Air Act nor the U.S. Constitution.

Reports suggest Russian involvement in the growth of anti-fracking activism in Europe, but definitive proof is lacking.

  • Opinion

New regulations limiting greenhouse gas emissions from power plants the EPA is proposing today are costly enough to provoke political conflict and spur eventual litigation, but they won't do much to address the threat of climate change.

The American Bird Conservancy is upset that the federal government will make it easier for wind farms to kill birds

If a claim trumpeted in a headline is false, shouldn't there be an official correction?

A Washington Post story on Koch lease holdings in the Canadian oil sands raises more questions than it answers.

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