Roger Pielke Jr, the political scientist recently hired by Nate Silver’s new FiveThirtyEight “data journalism” venture, thinks climate scientists are McCarthyite political activists who are lying, exaggerating bullshitters and alarmists. Guess what he thinks about Grist readers (#79)!
The Volokh Conspiracy, a blog of climate conspiracy theorists, is now part of the Washington Post.
At a recent forum on the Internet industry’s support for green energy, Facebook and Google representatives could not explain why their companies are members of ALEC, the powerful lobbying organization that opposes that mission.
CNBC host Joe Kernen marked the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy by questioning the wisdom of investing to protect utility customers from climate change.
The election is over, the inauguration is complete, and it is time, as President Obama said in his inaugural address, to "answer the call of history." That means taking bold action on climate change. As President Obama embarks on his second term, many are already discussing his legacy. Will he be the President who stood by while the climate crisis unfolded? Or will he be our generation’s Abraham Lincoln, rallying the nation to tackle the fundamental moral challenge of our time?
Ethical Electric will provide 100 percent renewable electricity to its members, while also mobilizing them on progressive energy and climate action.
The Obama campaign is acting as if it is already in a general-election fight, against a Big Oil-Mitt Romney ticket.
The Sierra Club launches a new campaign using classic shows like Bob Ross' The Joy of Painting to parody the desperation of Big Coal advertising.
Speaking at a Chicago fundraiser hosted by Oprah, President Obama admitted that the city's heat wave was making him "a little nervous" about global warming.
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