Russia Is Deploying Anti-Aircraft Missiles to Defend Its Arctic Oil Claims
The surface-to-air system is built for cold and can shoot down cruise missiles in the rapidly warming, potentially oil-rich Far North.
Here's Why the Alberta Wildfire Just Might Have a Lot to Do With Climate Change
Hotter temperatures have helped to double since 1970 the amount of land scorched by wildfires each year around Alberta's tar sands — and the last three years have been especially bad.
Environmentalists Sue the Oil Companies Allegedly Causing Oklahoma's Big Earthquakes
Oklahoma use to see two or three earthquakes a year — but now there are that many each day due to the number of wells being drilled in the state.
Iran Welcomes Saudi-Russian Deal on Curbing Oil Production — Sort Of
For the first time since 2001, OPEC and non-OPEC nations have agreed to control global oil supplies amid a price slump that's hammering state budgets from Venezuela to Nigeria.