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Looking for a reason to change the current U.S. energy mix? Business-as-usual costs an extra $120 billion a year, a major new report finds.
The iPhone is a big seller now. Could the smart-energy revolution make it an even bigger seller?
A conservative court finds victims of Hurricane Katrina have legal standing to sue over global-warming related damages.
Did senators John Kerry and Lindsey Graham just clear the way for a compromise over the energy and climate bill? Think again.
Exxon's likely bid for West African oil assets shows off a rare combination of friendly geology and friendly politics.
At long last, a draft version of the Senate climate bill--but one that starts out dodging most of the contentious issues.
A Bob's Big Boy has put solar panels on its roof. But it is still serving hamburgers to the drive-in crowd. What would Rajendra Pachauri think?
Is cost an advantage or disadvantage for nuclear power?
The energy and climate bill in Congress might cost a bundle, but what if it brings even more in benefits?
There's one less green job in Washington after embattled White House adviser Van Jones resigns.
Japan's new government clarifies its ambitious climate policy less than a week after the election.
What does BP's "giant" oil discovery in the Gulf of Mexico really say about the future of oil?
Environmental protesters glued their hands to the trading floor of RBS in London and stripped naked in the front window of public-relations firm Edelman PR, Sky News reported Tuesday.
The good news for clean energy is that Wall Street banks are coming back. The bad news is that might not be enough.
The daily roundup of energy and climate news.
Political heavyweights are still working on the clean-energy revolution; natural gas is the early winner.
Wind power is expensive--yet the growth of wind power is making electricity cheaper in Texas, says a new report.
Cash-for-clunkers means less money for clean energy, analysts say.
The Senate's efforts to figure out how to lead the clean-energy race lead to predictable results.
Cash-for-clunkers has been a win-win, for the economy and the environment, but it's hardly the best way to curb greenhouse-gas emissions.