Articles by David Kashi
- How To Read Satellite Images, Including Tips From NASA
December 24 2013 7:21 AM
Ever wanted to know how to read a map, or even a satellite image? Find out how NASA views them.
- US Navy Sailors Sickened By Exposure To Fukushima Radiation
December 24 2013 6:50 AM
Nearly 3 years after the USS Ronald Reagan responded to Fukushima, sailors have become ill from radiation exposure.
- How Fracking Natural Gas Saves Water
December 23 2013 3:00 PM
A Texas study says blasting millions of gallons of water to extract trapped gas in shale rock actually saves water, in a way.
- Wind Power Roasts 14 Million Christmas Turkeys
December 23 2013 11:59 AM
How in the world can wind power help roast turkeys? Check out what one study found.
- Blocking Keystone XL: Find Out Who Might Stop Tar-Sands Flowing South
December 21 2013 10:57 AM
Could a single person defeat the Keystone pipeline?
- Greenpeace's Arctic 30 Fight Continues After Losing Battle In Arctic
December 20 2013 5:15 PM
The saga of the 28 Greenpeace crew members and two journalists held in a Russian prison has come to an end, but the larger fight continues.
- How Greece's Economic Crisis Is Harming The Environment
December 20 2013 12:03 PM
As winter sets in, Greeks are looking to stay warm with cheaper -- but more harmful -- energy sources.
- 4 Biggest Energy-Sector Scandals In 2013
December 20 2013 10:43 AM
Congress and Hollywood aren't the only places for drama and intrigue. The energy sector wasn't far behind in 2013.
- US And Mexico Will Start Sharing Black Gold
December 19 2013 6:21 AM
There are roughly 4,000 offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico, and the number may increase by 25 percent.
- How Is The Syrian War An Ingredient In Baklava?
December 17 2013 1:12 PM
What do pistachios and baklava have to do with the Syrian civil war? And why are Turkish baklava makers worried?
- Skiing On Italian Alps May Soon Be Over
December 16 2013 3:59 PM
Ever wanted to ski the Italian Alps? Better make those plans soon.
- China's Plans To Combat Air Pollution May Be Cut Short
December 16 2013 10:14 AM
Even though China is looking to curb carbon emissions, coal power plants will still account for the majority of the country's electric generation.
- US Ports Receive Poor Marks - As Infrastructure Needs Improvements
December 14 2013 10:43 AM
A recent study finds that U.S. ports need upgrades as the sizes of vessels increase.
- Keystone Pipeline Vulnerable To Leaks, Public Citizen Says; TransCanada Responds
December 13 2013 10:48 AM
As the second leg of the Keystone XL Pipeline approaches completion, the project faces growing pressure from opposition groups.
- Is Your Country Running Out Of Water?
December 13 2013 6:24 AM
The World Resources Institute's new study finds that water shortages and related stress levels impact economy.
- How Do Fish Get Lazy And Fail To Spawn? Global Warming Could Be The Answer
December 12 2013 1:19 PM
Climate change is not only melting Arctic sea ice but also disrupting sea creatures' life cycles.
- The Solution For Fukushima Power Plant Radioactive Debris
December 12 2013 5:53 AM
Where will radioactive material go from the destroyed Fukushima power plant?
- How Is Global Warming Affecting Bats?
December 12 2013 5:48 AM
Changes in air temperatures could impact bats' abilities to navigate in the dark.
- $50 Billion Worth Of Oil Revenue Unaccounted For By Nigerian State Oil Company
December 11 2013 11:55 AM
Where did Nigeria's $50 billion of oil revenue go?
- Keystone May Be Next: Second Portion Of Project Injects Oil Into Pipeline
December 11 2013 6:36 AM
Will Keystone XL pipeline be approved now that its second leg is getting closer to completion?