The New York Times is being racist, classist, and colonialist when it writes about rich white people discovering off-the-radar neighborhoods.
In a car-dependent state, where too many citizens don't have good transportation options, it's a hard lift to slash gasoline consumption.
At the Republican debate, Rubio didn't deny climate science (progress?), but he spewed a series of untruths about Obama's climate policies.
He has a great record on climate in the Senate, but as a presidential candidate he has yet to say much on the issue or unveil policy plans.
Too bad big countries' climate pledges are falling way short in this area.
Overgrown with weeds and marred by graffiti, this New York park does not live up to the hype it gets on highway signs. No surprise there.
As California builds its own high-speed rail line, it has a great opportunity to invigorate cities along the route.
Even without approval from Congress, Obama or his successor could take big steps to promote clean energy projects on federal land.
Coal-mining and oil-drilling programs on federal land are big money-wasters, in addition to polluting the environment and hurting the climate.