Sep 22, 2011 Coal has shaped America's history, but its power has come at a price. As Americans use more electricity, we keep burning more coal.
Sep 22, 2011 Mosquito control is an essential of life in Florida, but state and local budget cuts are weakening the campaign.
Sep 22, 2011 Australia's newly proposed carbon tax would be one of the most ambitious carbon plans outside of the European Union. But with the world's biggest polluters unwilling to cap their greenhouse gas emissions, many Australians are rallying against the proposed tax.
Jul 5, 2011 Montana's tourism business, and drinking water in cities downstream, are on the line as crews race to clean up oil spill along the Yellowstone River
Sep 22, 2011 The Wallow Fire is Arizona's largest fire ever. But a new business venture could help pay to protect other forests in the Western U.S.
Sep 22, 2011 Hawaii's famed beaches, like Waikiki, are washing away due to rising sea levels. And managing eroding beaches isn't going to be easy -- or cheap.
Jun 14, 2011 Pentagon leaders today rolled out a long-anticipated energy strategy for military operations in the field. It's meant "to transform the way ...
Sep 22, 2011 Critics say a new report proves that politics trumped economics in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's decision over the dumping site at Yucca Mountain.
Sep 22, 2011 Beyond beautiful views and nice hikes, nature actually does stuff for us. So how about throwing a little cash its way?
Sep 22, 2011 Following the disaster at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, many countries reconsidered their stance on the safety of nuclear energy. Today, Germany announced plans plans to abandon nuclear energy altogether in the next 11 years. But without nuclear technology, will Germany be able to produce green energy?