Twenty five years after the Chernobyl nuclear facility melted down, one of the people who fought the disaster talks about the experience.
One year after the BP oil spill, the US energy policy hasn't changed much, but the effects on the Gulf Coast won't be known for some time.
Ursula Sladek, winner of a 2011 Goldman Environmental Prize, helped her community buy a power grid and started a movement for environmental change.
Activists say accident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant caused by too-cozy relationship between government and power companies, not earthquake.
The crisis in Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has European lawmakers rethinking their nuclear power future.
The plumes of smoke rising from Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant raise questions about the nuclear industry as a whole.
Coal is one of the cheapest energy sources in the world, if you ignore the environmental costs and other externalities.
Kenya, China and parts of South Asia are leading a charge toward renewable energy -- no Al Gore required.
Natural gas could reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but some are questioning the potentially destructive way that companies extract it.
The Obama administration bans oil drilling in new areas off the U.S. coast while the cause of the oil spill off Louisiana is investigated.