by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 27, 2016
Apparently, single women need the "emotional burden of love" to be good presidents.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor May 24, 2016
While dietary experts will weigh in on the nutritional aspects, buried in the pages is a recommendation with potentially huge implications for climate change.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Apr 13, 2016
"Once you knock on the door, you can knock on it for a second and third time, and there’s a chance the door will finally open someday.”
by Joe Romm Mar 16, 2016
The International Energy Agency has confirmed that global CO2 emissions have decoupled from economic growth for the second year in a row.
by Joe Romm Feb 29, 2016
Since China peaked in coal use in 2013, they have been waging a fierce war against the dirtiest fossil fuel. Recently, they announced even stronger anti-coal policies.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 20, 2016
Asian communities' demand for a fish bladder is driving two marine species only found in Mexico to extinction.
by Joe Romm Jan 14, 2016
"Peak coal is coming sooner than expected," as Goldman Sachs told its clients recently.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 6, 2016
Five booksellers have gone missing since October. All of them worked for a publishing company that printed books critical of Chinese leaders.
by Samantha Page Jan 5, 2016
Sanders just laughed at the Republican frontrunner.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 4, 2016
The recent announcement is yet another sign that China, the largest coal producer and consumer in the world, is increasingly distancing from its largest energy source.