A new report finds poisonous arsenic contamination in Texas occurring in close proximity to natural gas extraction
Highly radioactive water from Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is pouring out at a rate of 300 tons a day, officials said on Wednesday, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered the government to step in and help in the clean-up...
A new study reveals that Utah's lax laws have led to large leaks of natural gas
A roboticist-neuroscientist explains
Viable solar energy has been a long-sought after goal, but with new and affordable technologies, we might soon be able to make the switch
Lost gas proves a slippery figure for scientists, industry and government
Coal use continues to rise despite recent announcements that development banks will no longer fund the technology
Thousands of leaks from natural gas pipelines are exacerbating climate change
Ford Motor Co, the second-largest U.S. automaker, will offer this fall an F-150 pickup truck that can run on compressed natural gas to take advantage of the resurgence in truck demand.
By Agnieszka Barteczko and Henning Gloystein WARSAW/LONDON (Reuters) - Poland, one of the heaviest polluters in Europe, will become even dirtier now that its shale gas ambitions have faded and it turns to cheap domestic lignite coal to secure its energy supply...
China plans to invest 2.3 trillion yuan ($375 billion) in energy saving and emission-reduction projects in the five years through 2015 to clean up its environment, the China Daily newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing a senior government official...
Two and a half years after the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, the operator of Japan's wrecked Fukushima plant faces a daunting array of unknowns.
Enbridge Energy Partners LP has begun a new round of dredging on the Kalamazoo River, Michigan, to clean up oil from a huge pipeline spill in 2010, the U.S.
By Richard Valdmanis and Valerie Volcovici CAMBRIDGE, Mass./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Delivering her first speech as the top U.S.
An oil spill that has blackened beaches at a Thai holiday island was having an extreme impact on tourism and could spread to the coast of the mainland and affect the fishing industry, officials and an environmental group said on Tuesday...
Two experiments are testing the viability of sequestering emissions in porous layers of hard rock
Why isn't there more use of geothermal energy for power plants?
A new material for protecting nuclear fuel could cut down on the risk of explosions. David Biello reports
Halliburton Co has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the U.S.
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions from developing countries will be 127 percent higher than in the world's most developed economies by 2040, according to figures released Thursday by the U.S...