Sarah Jane Keller
In the Bakken region of North Dakota, the drop in oil prices has forced companies to cut costs and improve well efficiencies.
A year ago, there were 185 rigs drilling for oil in the Bakken region of North Dakota — today there's just seventy-six.
The animal rights group has filed a lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service, alleging the agency allows the importation of endangered rhinos and elephants in exchange for donations to conservations groups.
Ahead of BP Spill Anniversary, the Obama Administration Has Proposed New Gulf of Mexico Drilling Rules
Gulf residents, environmentalists, and a former regulator say the rules are too little, too late.
The administration is poised to green light Shell's plans to drill in the Arctic Ocean, while it has asked Congress to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from drilling.
Developing Nations Are Gobbling Up More Meat — and That Could Mean More Antibiotic-Resistant Infections
A new study projects that the use of antibiotics in livestock production could increase 67 percent by 2030, primarily in China, India, Russia, Brazil, and South Africa.
Scientists have long known that forests play a significant role in global climate dynamics, but now they are increasingly concerned about the way they transport water on a regional scale.
The San Francisco-Los Angeles route is projected to be completed in 2029 and will transport passengers at 200 miles per hour.
Conservationists found a booming trade in protected species, including clouded leopards, Asiatic golden cats, tigers, and elephants, on the countries' shared border.
A three-fold increase in the rate of melting has occurred since 2003 and scientists warn that global sea levels might rise by an average of four feet if the ice sheet melts completely.