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The Ocean State embarks on a massive study to develop off-shore wind farms, outpacing rival Massachusetts.
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Video: MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan talks with T. Boone Pickens, CEO of BP Capital Management, and Erich Pica of the group Friends of the Earth to discuss whether President Obama's energy plan is rational in achieving energy independence.
Images from around the globe for Earth Hour 2010.
More than 1,000 workers will study the environmental effects of energy production.
A wastewater reinjection well from natural gas mining is being blamed for a series of tremors in Texas, where earthquakes almost never happen.
Nature Conservancy scientist discovers a new ending to the script of 'Avatar' -- and wonders if the Battle for Hometree even needed to be fought.
Video: DJ Biz Markie can spin some good tunes, but he took to Capitol Hill Wednesday to spin for the issue of clean energy.
Researcher find that the high salaries associated with oil and gas development draw in lots of people, including registered sex offenders.
Eco-friendly ice-resurfacing machines sounded great -- until they stopped working in the middle of the men's 500-meter speed skating event.
A green approach to Lent can help you lower your carbon footprint.
Video: President Obama announced more than $8 billion in loan guarantees for two new nuclear reactors as part of his commitment to providing clean energy and creating new jobs.
Wind farm power is significantly limited by how close one turbine can be to another. But a fish-like configuration could change all of that.
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