Energy & Industry
Sen. Dianne Feinstein ignored the public when she tried – and failed – to set up a special deal for a privately owned oyster company at California’s Point Reyes National Seashore.
A combination of lax laws and poor oversight leaves dairy workers vulnerable to exploitation and on-the-job dangers.
With global warming threatening the planet, even environmentalists are looking more kindly at natural gas.
Iraq war veterans find a new life in Colorado, this time fighting for the environment with the help of Veterans Green Jobs.
Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, facing a tough re-election campaign, takes a friendlier tack towards the "Drill, Baby, Drill" crowd.
Even as organic food gains in popularity, big corporations and Chinese imports are taking over the market and diluting the very meaning of "organic."
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