Dawn hadn't yet broken this morning when the US Senate voted to roll back a rule that made it harder for US energy companies to pay bribes in developing countries. The move is hailed as a victory for gas
With everything that Republicans want to do — repeal Obamacare, overhaul the tax code — it might seem odd that one of Congress’ very first acts would be to kill an obscure Obama-era regulation that restricts
On the same day Rex Tillerson is confirmed, the House votes to kill a transparency rule for oil companies
On the same day the Senate confirmed Rex Tillerson as Donald Trump’s secretary of state, the House voted to kill a transparency rule for oil companies that Tillerson once lobbied against while CEO of Mobil.
Michelle Murphy is a professor in Canada, but her research on the Great Lakes depends on water quality data collected by her neighbors to the south. “Without EPA data, you are blinded," Murphy says of
The ink is barely dry on Canada's new national climate change strategy but critics are already trying to bury it under a mound of half-truths about clean energy. The plan contains measures that will help
At 2:46 pm local time on Friday, March 11, 2011, Japan was rocked by the largest earthquake ever to strike its shores. The 9.1-magnitude quake triggered a devastating tsunami that killed more than 15,000