A New York Times columnist says that if you don't want to build new nuclear plants, you're as big a problem as climate science deniers. He is wrong.
The question isn't whether they know how to use public transit -- it's whether they'd invest in it as president.
It’s a big issue only for Democrats.
Ohio Democrat Ted Strickland hasn’t always been a friend to the environment, but he’s been getting greener, just like his state and region.
Clinton taking money from fossil fuel interests does not directly affect greenhouse gas emissions, but her policies as president would.
Should the federal government continue allowing fossil fuel extraction on public land? And do we need natural gas as a "bridge" fuel?
Two of the hottest burgers on the NYC food scene right now are vegetarian, and they're changing the way people think about meat-free food.
"I’m sick of it," the candidate snapped on video at a Greenpeace organizer.
Why is PBS is pushing racist, anti-urban propaganda from controversial conservative Charles Murray?