Atlantic Coast states won a reprieve from seismic air gun testing, which local stakeholders say would be a first step toward offshore oil and gas drilling.
Author: Tina Casey
The U.S. Department of Defense gives vital support for the domestic hydrogen and fuel cell industry as it breaks into the mainstream energy market.
The final EPA fracking report is met with outrage by oil and gas stakeholders, just 18 months after they praised a draft version with the same information.
Facebook’s Peter Thiel has maneuvered his data mining company Palantir into a top position, but risks undermining his pro-privacy, libertarian principles.
The U.S. Energy Department is devoting millions to accelerating the hydrogen economy, with new private-sector R&D programs based on hydrogen recovery from ammonia.
By choosing Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris to lead the Manufacturing Council, Trump may have touched off a sustainability tug-of-war in his administration.
Startup Nikola Motor Co. revs up legacy trucking firm Ryder’s transition to a low-carbon business model, with big plans for hydrogen fuel cell trucks.
Award-winning students from Washington State University are developing a low-cost, innovative hydrogen fueling station for fuel cell electric vehicles.
Last week Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh issued an open letter asking people to refrain from bringing firearms into the company’s stores and offices. Some gun fans say they plan to boycott Levi’s in favor of Wrangler. But the latter company’s sustainability cred may surprise some of its new customers.