A new report by the Environmental Law and Policy Center says raising fuel economy standards could create thousands of jobs in Illinois.
What the “last typewriter” meme has in common with Climategate.
With gas hitting $4 a gallon, it might be time to ask ourselves whether building a society around a really expensive, energy-intensive mode of transportation is such a good idea.
A common weed that can clean up lead contamination and provide a biodiesel feedstock, along with more high-tech innovations, could help revive Michigan’s stalled biodiesel industry.
Photo by Matt Lavin via Creative Commons
A survey released today by Wisconsin Public Radio shows an overwhelming majority in the state supports wind power, but they may be confused about what it actually accomplishes.
Midwest Generation buses in dozens of workers to a hearing on an ordinance requiring emissions reductions for two of its coal plants, while proponents chant outside.
Live Twitter stream from the Chicago Clean Power Ordinance hearing.
Developers want to put solar panels over landfills in New York and an aqueduct in California.
Midwest farmers – and the land on which they rely – have prospered in recent years, even as the U.S. endured a financial crisis and economic recession. And for better or worse, agriculture has built its good health on the fortunes of energy.
Photo by Sebastian Celis via Creative Commons
Dialogue Earth, a Minnesota-based nonprofit environmental media project, is sponsoring a series of energy-related video contests this summer.