On the front lines in the fight against coal
Activists and residents along the 2,000-mile proposed route fear damage to farming, ecosystems, and water from the transport of what has been called the world's dirtiest source of transportation energy.
A pioneering town in Germany pulls off clean, reliable energy with stable prices.
Come for the food, stay for the art at New York City's first solar-powered restaurant.
Video: A twenty-year fight between a small Alaska town and one of the largest oil companies shows the resilience of communities.
A proposed coal plant in Malaysia is provoking an international outcry.
100 days into the BP disaster, it's time to quit claiming that an economy based on fossil fuels is our only option.
Power plants suck more water out of the nation’s watersheds than any other single user—more than 40 percent.
The Hands Across the Sand movement: How one Florida restaurant owner has organized a force against offshore drilling.
Even as we work to prevent future disasters and break the U.S. oil addiction, we must keep up pressure for a fair, ambitious climate treaty.
What makes up the bulk of Seattle’s carbon footprint? It’s not what you think.
In the wake of the BP disaster in the Gulf, Americans are ready for clean energy.
In the last week, anger at the BP oil disaster has begun turning into action. Here are some of the things Americans are doing.
As part of the Sierra Club's "Beyond Coal Campaign," UNC Chapel Hill seeks to be a leader in a coal-free future.