Hundreds of thousands of coal workers are losing their jobs. Labor and enviros together can bring about a just transition for them and their communities.
In a little-known pocket of India, jungles and communities have been leveled by decades of power plant development.
With rallies, protests, lobbying, and letter-writing campaigns, Pennsylvania Sierra Club activists have been working to rein in their state's fracking juggernaut.
Wait: The guy who made this "Mad Max" sequel glorifying internal combustion is the same guy who did "Happy Feet?"
Racism and coal: The southern Louisiana community of Ironton is finished with both.
Peabody Energy claims that half a million people support its "grassroots" campaign to fight energy poverty, but it smells a lot like Astroturf
In Alberta, Canada, ponds that kill birds and 24/7 cannon fire are now considered normal
The Saudis leave their tap wide open, drowning Canada's expensive tar-sands fields in a sea of cheap oil.