In the debate, Romney said $90 billion had been wasted investing in green companies, half of which have gone out of business. Not so. And also hypocritical.
The head of Murray Energy, who forced coal miners to attend a Romney rally, also demands that his management staff make political contributions.
Shell had to wait to resume drilling in the Beaufort Sea until an annual whale hunt ended. So that's nice.
In the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney said he likes coal. Is it true? We fact-check his statement to find out.
Lawmakers in Costa Rica overwhelmingly voted to prohibit recreational hunting, hoping to sustain its wildlife tourism industry.
Sometimes, as any parent knows, you just have to put your foot down.
Massachusetts and California are very energy efficient; Mississippi and North Dakota aren't. See where we're going with this?
A Chinese-owned company is suing Obama for blocking its purchase of four wind farms in Oregon. Warren Buffet has no problems buying wind farms in California.
Sorry to rain on the parade, but voters saying they consider climate to be "important" is not nearly enough to effect change.
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