U.S. fuel prices will drop this Fourth of July weekend to their lowest levels in more than a decade, spurring record volumes of travel.
Here's how a joint plan by the U.S., Canada and Mexico to get 50 percent clean energy by 2025 could actually work.
The U.S. electric grid is getting greener, but only a handful of utilities are responsible for the rise in solar and wind power, a report found.
U.S. scientists are finding new ways to transform BPA-leaching plastics into greener, safer alternatives for consumers.
How Will Brexit Affect Oil Prices? Market Takes A Hit After EU Referendum, But It’s No Long-Term Blow
Crude prices fell more than 6 percent Friday, but the Brexit vote likely won’t have much long-term effect on oil supply and demand, analysts said.
Gold prices rallied Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union and may keep rising as the world faces financial uncertainty.
The controversial $5.25 billion project will accommodate the world’s growing fleet of mega cargo ships and rising U.S.-Asia trade.
An overhaul of U.S. chemicals regulation this week will not address the suspect ingredients used in the $60 billion personal care products industry.
A new U.S. law gives the Environmental Protection Agency more leeway to regulate scores of known carcinogens, such as asbestos.
Black Friday In Britain? George Soros Warns EU Referendum Vote For Brexit On June 23 Could Leave British Voters ‘Considerably Poorer’
Billionaire currency speculator George Soros said a British vote to leave the EU this week would hurt the economy worse than in 1992.
Disneyland Shanghai, which opened to the public Thursday, joins five Disney theme parks in Hong Kong, Japan, Paris and the U.S.
Big Banks Betting Against Climate Change Policies, Spending Billions On Fossil Fuel Projects: Report
Major banks are still backing high-carbon energy projects despite their pledges to help reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
Orlando Shooting: Gun Stock Investors See Profit In Rallying Shares Of Smith & Wesson Holding Corp (SWHC), Other Firearm Makers
Spurred by a relentless spate of mass shootings and terrorist attacks, Americans are snapping up guns, presenting a financial opportunity for investors.
Shares in two major U.S. gun manufacturers surged nearly 10 percent Monday as the country mourned the attack on a gay Orlando nightclub.
Cruise Ship Pollution: Cruise Sewage And Air Pollution A Rising Concern As Ships Sail Toward Northwest Passage
Cruise ship companies are slow to reduce sewage and air pollution, a new report finds, even as the first liners sail into the Arctic this summer.
The U.S. territory is facing a July 1 deadline for its next major payment due to bondholders, and is on track to default.
Plastic pollution, global warming, acidifying waters, toxic algae blooms, oil spills ... Here’s a look at the top threats to the world’s oceans.
Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) Plan To Exit Up To 10 Countries Signals Deeper Anxiety About Oil Market Recovery
The Anglo-Dutch energy giant Tuesday unveiled a plan to exit up to 10 countries and slash costs amid long-term uncertainty about the oil industry.
Analysts say a British exit from the European Union could jeopardize progress on the U.K.’s climate change and renewable energy strategies.
Climate Change And Food Waste: First Global Standard To Measure Discarded Food Aims To Keep Calories Out Of The Trash
Companies and countries want to reduce the roughly $940 billion in annual economic losses from throwing away food and drinks.
A former World Bank economist held a narrow lead over the daughter of a disgraced ex-president late Sunday.
Puerto Rico Democratic Primary: Hillary Clinton Close To Clinching Democratic Nomination After Early Lead In Puerto Rico
Hillary Clinton defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in Puerto Rico’s Democratic primary Sunday, drawing her closer to the nomination.
The real estate mogul’s presidential campaign pays male workers more than women, a study found.
Producer Michael Bay’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” sequel reigned despite rotten reviews.
Tuesday Primaries 2016: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Face Virtual Toss-Up In California On Last Big Primary Day
But Hillary Clinton still appeared poised to collect enough delegates this week to clinch the Democratic nomination.
Up to 20 nuclear reactors may be forced to shutter within a decade as utilities face plunging power prices and withering political support.
OPEC Meeting 2016: Oil Cartel’s Failure To Agree On Production Ceiling Fuels Concern It Is Losing Its Relevance
The absence of a deal Thursday is fueling broader concerns that the once-powerful oil cartel is losing its influence over global oil markets.
The world installed more solar, wind and hydropower in 2015 than in any previous year, even as fossil fuel prices plummeted.
The biannual meeting in Vienna on Thursday arrives just weeks after Saudi officials scuttled a plan between OPEC and non-OPEC producers to freeze oil production and shore up prices.
The U.S. is expected to see the strongest growth among the Group of Seven economies while Japan could see the weakest growth.