New York’s Jamaica Bay serves as a microcosm for the world’s wetland woes.
The engineer behind many electric-car advances says oil’s days may be numbered.
Xu Kezhu took pollution for granted – until she saw the clean skies of Europe.
At issue: Can a judge enforce environmental rules at the expense of national defense training?
High gas prices and politics push companies toward the ‘holy grail’ of biofuel: cellulosic ethanol.
Economic harm is top concern in Senate debate over bill.
With wolves’ numbers rising, federal government – and many in West – want to take them off endangered species list. Environmentalists warn that it’s too soon.
It doesn't come down to polar bears, it comes down to cost – and while the cost of acting is steep, the cost of inaction appears to be steeper, experts say.
Prices suddenly shoot up to $160 a barrel. Former US officials gathered at Harvard University discuss how they'd respond.