India is the world’s third-biggest oil importer and consumer and ships in about 80 percent of its crude needs, but is gradually building capacity to increase its output of biofuels.
The city of some 21 million people, known for its deathly smog in the 1980s, made strides towards cleaner air at the turn of the century.
Martin Tripp is tweeting internal emails, photos and vehicle identification numbers that he says are evidence of flawed manufacturing practices at Tesla’s battery factory, and of product sold by Tesla that is imperfect, and could put drivers’ lives at risk.
A tiff between two key government agencies over how to justify one of President Trump’s biggest reversals of his predecessor’s climate policies may provide progressive litigators with leverage to bring the rollback to a skidding halt.
Elon Musk has always hated the fossil-fuel industry. His stated mission for Tesla Inc. is to hasten its demise, and more than once he’s blamed the “unrelenting and enormous” power of oil interests for sabotaging his efforts.
The Environmental Protection Agency privately challenged the Trump administration’s rationale for freezing Obama-era mileage standards, saying the proposal would actually increase U.S. highway deaths.
Drillers in Texas are flaring natural gas at record-high levels, according to a new report from Austin-based industry research firm Drillinginfo.
Today’s environmentally conscious students are thinking more about the environment in the choices they make.
It doesn’t matter that European governments oppose Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. Politicians and bureaucrats may work on “the continuation of Iran’s exports of oil and gas,” but it’s companies, not governments, that buy Iran’s oil.
A thousand miles from the nearest ocean, the fertile black earth of North Dakota is being destroyed by saltwater, which is brought from beneath the surface by oil and gas drilling.