The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) allowed contractors to bill the government for more than $130,000 because the agency didn't “always review contractor invoices to ensure costs claimed were allowable and adequately supported,” according to an inspector general (IG) report.
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Former President Bill Clinton’s Environmental Protection Agency chief was a paid consultant of the nuclear power industry while also serving as a senior fellow at a prominent D.C-based liberal think tank.
Professor Valentina Zharkova at Northumbria University is being attacked by climate change proponents for publishing research suggesting there could be a 35-year period of low solar activity that could usher in an "ice age."
California environmental regulators met with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her campaign staff to discuss getting rid of the federal ethanol mandate.
A government watchdog group has released a copy of the “secret pact” Democratic attorneys general signed to block government records requests for documents regarding ongoing investigations into global warming skeptics.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) released video footage showing how the intense heat generated by the Ivanpah solar plant incinerates thousands of birds and bats.
Russian officials are blaming global warming for a recent Anthrax outbreak in the far north region of Yamal that hospitalized dozens of nomadic tribesmen and killed one 12-year-old boy.
Coral ecologist Laurie Raymundo said she just couldn’t handle seeing coral reefs near Guam undergo bleaching attributed to man-made global warming.
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe is challenging the White House’s latest order on how federal agencies take global warming into account in reviews of government actions or projects.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists have put out a list of policy demands that includes the government and corporations handing out reparations for years of “environmental racism” and “food apartheid.”
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has spent $29 million cleaning up a massive Colorado mine blowout caused by federal workers nearly one year ago.
Millions In Embezzlement Spent On Pimped-Out Trucks And High-End Knives Could Be Bankrupting This Gov’t Energy Grid
Internal audits of a utility run by the U.S. Department of Energy revealed about $6.8 million in potentially fraudulent purchases on government credit cards, in part, by employees who went out during work hours to buy things like high-end knives, ammunition, and pimping out their trucks.
There have been no hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico for 1048 days, according to a weekend report by The Weather Channel.
The Ivanpah solar plant in Southern California killed 6,185 birds in 2015. That includes burning about 1,145 birds with the intense heat coming off its many mirrored heliostat panels, according to a recent report on the government-backed solar project.
The New York Times' $50 million plan to increase its audience and revenue by catering more to international audiences is off to a rough start after the paper posted a loss for the second consecutive quarter this year.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said her policies would create “millions of good-paying clean energy jobs” while formally accepting her party’s nomination Thursday in what many Democrats billed as a historic night.
An oil drilling company operating in the Permian Basin shale formation can extract crude for as little as $2 a barrel, meaning it can compete with Saudi Arabia in terms of production costs.
“We all know it’s happening. It’s real. It’s happening now.”
A supporter of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton left a series of angry messages with the Democratic National Committee (DNC) over the party’s supposed bending over backwards for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
A conservative legal group is suing Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin for withholding records regarding a “secret pact” the office has with other attorneys general investigating ExxonMobil’s global warming stance.