Getting it clean

Getting it clean During the 1990s, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power spent $55 million to build a water-recycling system that would introduce…

How much oil?

How much oil? As of May 9, an estimated 3.5 million gallons of oil ha spilled into the Gulf of Mexico since the April 20…

Rig Disaster

Rig Disaster Oil continues to leak into the Gulf of Mexico from a well damaged in an April 20 explosion. Follow key developments since the…

GE: Home Appliance Energy Use

GE: Home Appliance Energy Use In the United States, over 20% of our total energy consumption is residential. In fact, in the United States, we…

Where Weedkiller Won’t Work

Where Weedkiller Won’t Work Farmers’ wide use of Roundup, also known as glyphosate, a popular herbicide, has led to the spread of Roundup-resistant weeds across…

Tracking the Oil Spill

Tracking the Oil Spill Each day’s outline reflects the most current estimate by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the extent of the oil…

Lowering Your Electric Bill Infographic

Lowering Your Electric Bill Infographic EnergyAuthority has a pretty infographic detailing common electricity drains in the home and offers solutions to reduce your electric bill.…

Stopping the Gulf Coast oil leak

Stopping the Gulf Coast oil leak Learn more about the three main methods BP is considering for stopping the oil leak after the rig explosion.…

Tracking the oil spill

Tracking the oil spill See the projected path of the oil spill's movements and satellite imagery. View the interactive graphic

Water Grabs

Water Grabs This winter brought heavy snow and rain to the parched Western U.S., but the region has been too dry for too long for…

The Oil Spill: Wildlife at Risk

The Oil Spill: Wildlife at Risk The oil spill from a deepwater well is threatening various birds and marine mammals along the Louisiana coast. The…
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