The strongest earthquake in Oklahoma history may have been triggered by fossil fuel extraction, reports a new study. Continue reading →
The IPCC has given an upper limit as to how much greenhouse gas emissions Earth should support, but floods and storms may push public more than scientists' warnings.
The world lost record amounts of Arctic sea ice in 2012 and spewed out all-time high levels of greenhouse gases by burning fossil fuels.
The map could indicate new sources of oil and gas deposits, such as those along southern Australia. Continue reading →
Far beneath the final resting places of many Americans, including war veterans, lies a wealth of natural gas.
Earthquakes from a natural gas extraction in England have protesters wanting to put a stop to fracking.
Calculating how long global supply will hold out is trickier than it seems.
Although coal is plentiful, we may see the end of cheap coal within a few decades, a report concludes.