Now the billionaire climate activist can focus on electing other climate hawks and fighting fossil-fueled disinformation campaigns.
Mitt Romney is back to acknowledging that climate change is real. And Lindsey Graham, a climate realist by Republican standards, might run for president too.
A couple in Silver Spring, Md., let their kids walk home form the park unchaperoned. Their reward was a visit from Child Services.
New York’s famously dedicated anti-fracking activists are pushing Gov. Andrew Cuomo to veto an LNG import project.
In his State of the Union address, the president dismissed climate deniers and warned Republicans not to block his efforts to take action.
The EPA will regulate methane leaks from new oil and gas wells, but will only call for “voluntary” action to plug up leaks at existing wells.
As Romney prepares for another presidential run, let's look at his craven pandering on the critical issue of global warming.
Bethesda, Md., a suburb of D.C., is a great example of smart growth. Let’s hope the state’s new GOP governor doesn’t screw that up.
Police unions have blamed protesters for sparking violence against cops. Clearly, they've missed the point.