Calling the CEOs of Walmart, Pepsi, Microsoft, and Google, GE, FedX, and Starbucks: Step up now, and you'll be paid back with interest.
Household energy efficiency is coming of age, and as a result, we've got a monumentally important new solution to climate change.
The agency's Green Power Partnership gives corporations a cheap, easy way to look like responsible citizens. In fact, they're doing next to nothing.
Green initiatives are ubiquitous at companies like IBM, Walmart, and Walt Disney. But corporations aren't meaningfully addressing the primary barrier to sustainability, climate change.
To charge ahead on climate action, Obama could follow one of these three paths to victory, ripped from military history.
Fracking isn’t only happening in the gas fields. Because of the never before seen and almost impossible to grok (or solve) problem of climate change, fracking is happening all over the environmental movement. Moms are fighting kids. Boards are fighting staff. Nonprofits are fighting each other. Left is fighting right and left. Republicans are getting sick of their weird and lame leaders, like Romney, Gingrich, and McCain who clearly understood climate science until they didn’t understand it, and are spinning off on their own to fix the thing. http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2012/07/10/513568/climate-republicans-global-warming-initiativ/?mobile=nc. Just this year, I supported state legislation on a key climate …
(Reposted from Huffington Post) How weird would it have been if, in the 1960s, the press had reported from Selma, Birmingham, and Montgomery like this: “Selma, Al. March 7 (AP) — Protests Swell in the South! Hundreds marched out of Selma on Highway 80 today. Many protesters were left bloodied, coughing, and severely injured when State Troopers used tear gas and Billy clubs on the crowds. Man, people were pissed off. They really were demonstrating!” Of course, what’s weird about that reporting is that the article doesn’t say why the people were angry. To not report that would have simply …
Crawl out of that fetal position: Maybe we can still do something about climate change. Here are a few things to be hopeful about.
The WSJ opinion page spreading climate misinformation is nothing new. But its latest op-ed promotes straight-up lies that editors and scientists must know are false.
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