“I’m certain they’re aware it’s illegal, and I’m certain they don’t care.”
Riot police in southern Russia clash with members of a Roma community near the city of Tula over unauthorized use of the local energy supply.
A Food and Water Watch survey of the 500 largest water utilities in the United States found that Flint, Michigan charged the highest rates in the nation, with residents paying $864.32 on average in 2015 for undrinkable water.
At least in Skamania County, WA.
There's still hexavalent chromium in the water, the town's houses are being knocked down, and the only place to buy beer is about to close.
The amount of electricity generated by solar energy has been on the rise — but an important federal incentive to invest in the technology is at risk of being phased out.
US solar production has exploded in the past several years as panel prices have plummeted, but the government policies that have supported the sector's growth are under attack, say industry observers.
His new book argues that we must stop believing that naked self-interest is the only thing that gets people out of bed in the morning and that commerce is the only solution to all our problems.
These birds just want some squid, man.