The nonprofit news site is being honored for its coverage of a spill into the Kalamazoo River and the broader dangers posed by tar-sands pipelines.
The Senate has given its OK to Obama's interior nominee, who's worked most recently as CEO of REI and who started her career as an oil engineer.
Just 16 years after Toyota first started selling the Prius, Subaru has unveiled its own hybrid. Urban hipsters and Portlanders are excited.
The vote was non-binding but all too telling. On Friday, the Senate voted 62 to 37 in favor of building the Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline.
The EPA may postpone release of its landmark greenhouse gas regulations for new power plants. Environmentalists are not pleased.
George Prescott Bush, son of Jeb Bush, has kicked off a campaign to run for Texas land commissioner next year. Drill, baby Bush, drill!
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.
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