A Congressional push to approve construction of the pipeline appears headed for defeat, but the jobs-verses-environment binary seems here to staty.
A Duke University study found that Conservatives are actually opposed to government regulation rather than in dispute with what scientists say is causing climate change.
Cities in Texas and Ohio that sit atop two of America's most productive oil and gas regions say they've had enough of the controversial extraction technique.
The latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change study says fossil fuels must stay in the ground, but scientists wonder if these reports are the best way to expand public understanding of the climate threat.
The value of at risk properties jumps 120 percent since Hurricane Sandy, according to an analysis by the city's Comptroller Scott Stringer.
The Gulf of Mexico contains hundreds of miles of coral reefs, including the most extensive living reef in the United States.
A ballot initiative asks voters whether several controversial bear hunting tactics should be illegal, dividing hunters and conservationists.
Researchers find strong links between warmer temperatures and human conflict, from police shootings to civil war.