For the past month, Alexis Madrigal at The Atlantic has been running a good series on energy called, The User's Guide to Energy. In this video, Madrigal explains the two main technologies that have made the recent natural gas boom possible.
Gasland Part II, the sequel to the groundbreaking documentary that exposed the risks associated with the natural gas industry's hydraulic fracturing method of gas extraction, known as fracking, will premiere tonight on HBO.
Josh Fox and Tim DeChristopher made numerous appearances on national TV programs to speak about climate change and the ways President Obama's plan doesn't go far enough in adequately addressing this global crisis.
The U.S. Center for Naval Analyses and the London-based Royal United Services Institute published a report this month that recommends "putting more effort into fighting global warming than securing reliable supplies of fossil fuels." Is DC listening?
Last night, on her show, Rachel Maddow showed some incredible photos of an explosive accident at a Texas fracking site. After seeing the photos, you'll be surprised to learn that thankfully no one was killed.
Freight rail is a very efficient way to move goods over long distances, moving a ton of freight around 500 miles on a single gallon of diesel. But railroads still burn around 3.1 billion gallons of diesel a year just in the U.S.