Many Democratic politicians are pro-fracking. Many core Democratic voters are not. As the 2016 election nears, that conflict will heat up.
Leaked drafts of the forthcoming fifth IPCC climate report reveal that scientists are more sure than ever before that we’re screwing up the climate.
Toyota sells a hybrid minivan in Japan, but it has no plans to sell one in the U.S., and neither do any other automakers.
Ford is making “goodwill” payments to owners of C-Max hybrids to atone for inflated mileage claims. Now EPA says it will revamp its rules on how mileage is measured.
Most times, actually. If you live in a state with lots of coal power, then charging your car with that power is not so climate-friendly.
Some 300 tons of radioactive water are pouring from the plant into the Pacific every day, so TEPCO wants to build a mile-long underground ice wall to stop the leakage.
In the Virginia gubernatorial contest, gung-ho climate denier Ken Cuccinelli is up against Democratic mega-fundraiser Terry McAuliffe.
Or is it pointless to criticize the one climate movement that’s gotten the most traction in the U.S.? An article in Nature tries to stoke a debate.
The GOP rep from Iowa, most recently in the news for his “calves the size of cantaloupes” comment, turns his eloquence to the topic of climate change.