by Joe Romm Aug 3, 2015
The “winners” are not environmentalists. The most important benefits do not involve either President Obama or his “legacy” — seriously, New York Times?
by Natasha Geiling Aug 3, 2015
The Clean Power Plan would only reduce the United States' greenhouse gas emissions by six percent. But the government is acting to curb emissions elsewhere, too.
by Samantha Page Aug 3, 2015
Jeb might have just come closer than ever to admitting climate change is a problem -- but he still doesn't think we should do anything about it.
Obama's climate plan is the bare minimum the United States can do and remain a moral nation. Here's why.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 2, 2015
Obama called it "the biggest, most important step we've ever taken to combat climate change."
by Samantha Page Jul 31, 2015
As the negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership wind down, key environmental provisions might be the difference in congressional approval.
by Rupali Srivastava Jul 31, 2015
The oil company passed through protesters on its way to reach its Arctic drilling site Thursday evening.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 31, 2015
"We see overcoming the climate challenge as one of the great moral opportunities of our time, a chance to fulfill the Great Commandments to love God, our neighbors, and ourselves," the letter read.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 31, 2015
Hint: a lot of fossil fuels, lifting the crude oil export ban, and no wind or solar.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 31, 2015
Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad wants Des Moines Water Works to tone it down a bit when it comes to policing water pollution.