The administration moves forward with offshore plans for the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, but its removal of an Atlantic lease sale sparks sharp responses from industry.
A letter signed by 100 members and other scientists was delivered to the American Geophysical Union on Monday, 22 February, calling on the organization to sever its ties with ExxonMobil.
A new line item for space transportation would support NASA partnerships with commercial spaceflight vendors and reduce dependence on Russia for transporting astronauts.
The Federal Aviation Administration is testing conductive concrete as a replacement for water-polluting chemicals used to melt ice from airport tarmacs.
Researchers look at induced seismicity data in Oklahoma to spot an increase of stress in faults that could cause even more damage than recent quakes.
A robust climate pact from the United Nations meeting in Paris could urge nations and energy investors toward lower-emissions energy generation, the head of a global energy agency suggests.
Miniature satellites offer new opportunities for science, commerce, and education. With new launch vehicles, these satellites will fly as primary payloads rather than hitchhiking on bigger missions.
Alcoa, Cargill, General Motors, Microsoft, and nine other major U.S. companies have committed to cut greenhouse gases as part of a new White House program.
By 2050, climate change may make regions of northeastern Canada suitable for growing new varieties of wine grapes.
Industry executives call for loosening U.S. federal government regulations that they say restrict energy exploration and development.