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?
Initial government estimates about the size of the Gulf oil spill were low -- way, way low.
If Republicans win back the House, efforts to make lightbulbs less efficient are the least of the Democrats' worries.
You can't see or smell the methane that poured into the ocean with the oil, but experts say it's stealthily destroying marine life.
The Democrats are planning to put forward a very tiny, weak energy package. Here's what we know is going to be in the package.
If you’ve been reading Mother Jones lately, you’ve heard about BP’s stranglehold on media access in the Gulf, which has included preventing reporters from visiting oil-soaked public beaches and barring its spill cleanup workers from …
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