The New York Times editorial board and Times columnist Thomas Friedman have both come out swinging against the Keystone XL pipeline.
Van Jones came out swinging against Keystone, warning that if it's approved it would be a big black mark on Obama's legacy.
First the Times shut down its environment desk. Now it's shuttering its environment blog. But the paper claims it'll keep reporting on green issues.
Ambitious, long-shot climate legislation has activists cheering and climate deniers grousing.
Rubio argued that government can't control the weather. Paul argued that we just need to slash corporate taxes and regulations. Hard call.
"We must do more to combat climate change," the president said in his State of the Union address, warning of more intense droughts and floods.
The sharing economy makes it easy for people to connect via technology to share cars, bikes, homes offices, tools, pets -- and now children.
The creator of "The Vagina Monologues" wants you to dance to fight violence against women -- and she wants to rein in fossil fuel companies too.
A decision on the Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline is now expected in the spring. The State Department is reviewing it, but ultimately Obama will make the call.
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