A surge in cheap, fracked natural gas coupled with a steady rise in renewable power generation are reducing our reliance on coal for power.
Obama must either ditch his all-of-the-above energy strategy or forget about leaving a climate-healing legacy.
Fracking is a bridge to nowhere.
In Colorado's flood-struck areas, a tsunami of floodwater and destructive debris swamped fracking infrastructure.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership deal threatens food safety and public health.
Fracking might be profitable, but whether it's good for anything else is doubtful.
The surge in fracked gas is headed for export and won't boost the nation's energy independence.
A new movement is putting pressure on people and institutions to dump their investments in dirty energy companies.