Of all of the misdirection at last night’s debate, this was the most callous and self-serving.
“Free market” capitalists selling fossil fuels seem to have a problem with competition from solar power.
A major win for climate activists and model for future campaigns.
The vague bill opens the door for massive expansion in fossil fuels when renewables would be more useful.
Monied Republican interests did to the storm water remediation fee what they did to the estate tax.
Clinton’s refusal to answer her own hard questions continues to frustrate the progressive base.
We can be disappointed that he hasn’t done more, but it’s absurd to say he’s no different than Reagan.
Breaking down the debate that’s currently dividing the Democratic Party.
Yesterday, in what they’d like to have come off as a higher-road detour, Chevron made a big deal about dropping the fraud claims against one of the major funders of the plaintiffs ...
Video shows inspectors laughing at the fact that they kept finding petroleum “where it’s not supposed to be.”
All signs are pointing to a Republican takeover of the US Senate, giving the GOP control of the entire Congress.
My good friend Ben Finzel works as a communications consultant specializing on clean energy issues. Ben recently wrote an article about how poor messaging on climate change is hindering ...
Outbreaks are hitting more populated areas because of deforestation, “human beings showing unrestricted growth.