Articles by Lavelle, Marianne
"Cap-and-dividend" advocates say to tackle global warming, Uncle Sam will need to hand out money.
Energy analysts say it would take 10 years for production to begin, and its impact could be very modest
The twilight of agriculture in the kingdom's desert already is evident, with the potential to further push up world food prices.
Alas, low-price autos with great gas mileage can be seen only in the rear-view mirror.
Ideas range from improving aid programs to taking a break on biofuels.
The price run-up was predicted months ago by a critic of the Bush administration's Strategic Petroleum Reserve policy.
Q&A with environmentalist Bill MicKibben, author of a new anthology.
At $1,000 a fill-up, independent drivers suffer, and costs to consumers rise.
Rolling back the federal fuel levy would do little to ease pump-price pain.
Although lots of money goes to shareholders, production is falling for the world's biggest oil company.