21 April 2018
Earth Day 2018: 7 things we’ve learned since the last Earth Day
Our understanding of Earth — and how we’re changing it — just keeps expanding.
The complex in Beaver County “blew through” permit limits in its first few months of operation, the advocates say.
An El Niño would generate many impacts on both terrestrial and marine ecosystems, including the potential for droughts, fires, increased precipitation, coral bleaching, invasions of predatory marine species like crown-of-thorns starfish, disruptions to marine food chains, and kelp forest die-offs.
Twenty states have enacted laws restricting rights to peaceful protest, as environmentalists are increasingly criminalized.
A new book looks at why big projects fail and finds that solar, wind and transmission lines are some of the best kinds of big projects, while nuclear power is among the worst.
Within eight months of Russia invading Ukraine, the EU’s 27 states had replaced about 80% of the natural gas they used to get from Moscow.
Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.