President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday directing his interior secretary to review the designation of dozens of national monuments on federal lands, as he singled out “a massive federal land grab” by the Obama administration.
It’s a terrific car packed with perks. The problem is the hydrogen—and it has been for a long time.
State and federal agencies are investigating what caused a crude oil pipeline to leak thousands of gallons of oil onto surrounding farmland in Kingfisher County last week.
Southern Resident killer whales—one of the United States’ most iconic and endangered species—are now facing a new and formidable threat: Big Oil. This time, in the form of the newly approved Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline.
There is only one thing standing in the way of higher oil prices, and it is not U.S. shale companies.
President Trump will sign an executive order Wednesday instructing the Interior Department to review national monument designations his three predecessors have made over the past 21 years, according to administration officials and GOP lawmakers, a move that could upend protections that previous presidents have put in place in Utah and elsewhere across the country.
According to a new survey from AAA, interest in electric vehicles among American consumers now rivals that for full-size pickup trucks. However, if that’s the case, why do sales of electric vehicles remain small in comparison?
Tesla plans to double the size of its Supercharger network, with some sites being constructed along busy routes to accommodate several dozen Teslas charging simultaneously.
A study released in the journal Nature found that in 2007, air pollution led to the premature deaths of 3.45 million people worldwide—a number equivalent to the population of the state of Connecticut. And to add insult to injury, air pollution doesn’t respect borders.
China will continue to lead the global market in electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids and by 2025 sales will quietly and cleanly zoom to 10.6 million a year, or 30% of its market, according to a report.
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