Glendale Water & Power says it is obligated by law to meet generation requirements — opponents say it’s ‘gaslighting.’
New York City consumes massive amounts of natural gas to stay warm and run stoves. Energy experts say there is a greener way forward.
From Covering Climate Now and WNYC/Gothamist
The increasing volatility of the oil and gas market could loosen the industry’s grip on state politics.
Northwestern New Mexico’s fossil-fueled economy is cratering. Will departing drillers clean up after themselves?
SoCalGas has been telling Southern Californians that they will lose natural gas in their homes due to coming state regulations.
Touted as a clean energy, natural gas releases methane, an element that’s much stronger than CO2 at trapping heat leakage, during its drilling and transmission.