France's leadership is bristling at U.S. resistance to making a global climate accord under negotiation in Paris next month legally binding.
Since 2008, oil train traffic across America has grown by a whopping 5,000 percent.
Earlier this week, a chemical overflowed from a silo in a parking lot in New Holland, Pa. and unleashed a blanket of white dust that looked like snow.
As of August, Canada provided 45 percent of all crude oil imports to the United States, almost three times as much as all Persian Gulf countries combined.
People could soon be using their smartphones to combat a deadly form of air pollution, thanks to a potentially life-saving breakthrough by RMIT University researchers in Melbourne, Australia.
The fireworks have fizzled. The festival lights are coming down. What's left of the Hindu holiday of Diwali in the Indian capital — already considered the world's most polluted — is a toxic haze that has residents gagging for oxygen and hiding indoors.
The railroad said Wednesday the defect was not visible to the naked eye.
Tiny plastic bits, collectively known as called microplastics, are showing up in bodies of water around the world, and are accumulating in aquatic creatures, including fish and shellfish.
The transaction is expected to close by year end.
Scientists find a surprise in how Cyanothece creates hydrogen.
The park will tell the story of the three important historical sites and bring greater awareness of the development of nuclear energy and weapons to a worldwide audience.
New York City officials say nine companies and 44 individuals have been indicted following a long-term investigation into widespread fraud in the heating oil business.
In an effort to streamline its vast portfolio, BASF has announced that it will create two new business units – one for paper and water, the other for oilfield and mining chemicals.
Residents of the small southern Illinois village of Galatia are bracing for the fallout of the closure of a coal mine planned next year.
Twenty years after a Nigerian military regime hanged activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, his Niger Delta homeland remains blighted by oil pollution.