Like Big Oil, power companies have long seen the danger of fossil fuels, a new report finds.
This column was co-written by Louie Miller, director of Sierra Club Mississippi. These three truths became well known to
This is a bad sign for the coal industry.
The groups say NWP was never intended to authorize massive pipeline infrastructure projects and that that kind of permitting
Nearly as confounding as this inconsistency was ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson's statement on the continuing need for fossil
You could call it the battle of the attorneys general: one side representing the public interest, exactly what attorneys general are supposed to do; the other side representing the special interests, exactly what they are not supposed to do.
Key policies that have spurred a rooftop solar revolution elsewhere in America are absent or actually illegal in Florida
Not so. Love from the DOE is a sometime thing. Just ask Prince, who now must tell investors and staff that the $10 million
Sen. Whitehouse likened their actions to those of the tobacco companies that conspired to manufacture doubt about the link between smoking and disease when they were all too aware of it. In 2006, a federal district court ruled that the tobacco industry's deceptive campaign to maximize its profits by hoodwinking the public amounted to a racketeering enterprise.
On May 27, 2015, the shareholders of utility Southern Company will have the chance to tell the corporation's board that they want more independence, more transparency, and a stop to the company's support of climate change "research" that fails to meet academic standards for integrity.