John Kerry talks to Grist about the difficulty of climate solutions, the unfortunate necessity of oil and gas, and the vacuity of Mitt Romney.
The former governor of Michigan talks to Grist's Amanda Little about the auto-industry rescue, Detroit's move toward cleaner cars, and that doozy of a convention speech.
Antonio Villaraigosa calls L.A. the cleantech capitol of the U.S. Whether that's true or not, he does have a lot of green accomplishments, and he tells Grist's Amanda Little all about them.
President Obama wouldn't likely be able to pass a big climate bill in a second term, says his former energy czar, but he could take a lot of smaller steps that would achieve real emission cuts.
The enthusiasm in the greenroom, where Scarlett Johansson and Mary J. Blige mingled with big-name pols, spilled out into the convention hall. Enthusiasm for climate action -- well, that wasn't so easy to spot.
Rep. Ed Markey, one of the biggest climate hawks in Congress, is now talking up President Obama's "all-of-the-above" energy strategy, from renewables to oil drilling.
Michelle Obama, Julian Castro, and other headliners generated a lot of energy -- just not the kind you can power a house or a car with.
Where does Jon Huntsman stand on climate change now that he's out of the presidential race? Grist interviews the former candidate to find out.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) tells Grist why he's crossing party lines to slash energy company subsidies and pour money into cleantech research.
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