The oil giant ExxonMobil may have given big bucks to scientist Wei Hock "Willie" Soon, who blames global warming on the sun.
Looks like the past year hasn’t been so bad after all for BP, which today reported a 16 percent increase in profits over the first quarter of 2010. The company reported $7.2 billion in net …
The Gulf oil disaster largely disappeared from the headlines last August, after the well was finally capped and the federal government declared that most of the oil was “gone.” For Gulf coast residents, though, the …
BP is gunning to get back to drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. When the Department of Interior issued its first deepwater permit since the Deepwater Horizon disaster, it was for a well that BP owns half of. …
The National Oil Spill Commission has given marching orders on how to prevent another disaster. But will Congress listen?
In the wake of the Arizona shootings, there has been a lot of talk about the influence of political rhetoric. Here are some climate-oriented examples.
The Cancun climate conference came to an end with standing ovations for the host country and concurrence among countries to approve an agreement.
All the Cancun climate talk discussions about numbers avoid the reality that we're already on the path to dangerous global warming.
This year's U.N. talks could be our last chance to slow climate change. So will world leaders finally get it right in Cancun?
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