In keeping with the Occupy Wall Street movement, activists in Washington, D.C., on Friday protested the Keystone XL pipeline outside the State Department.
Riding on the momentum created by the Keystone XL pipeline protests, climate movement leaders are getting involved in the Occupy Wall Street Movement.
The push to make government clean energy investments look bad after the Solyndra bankruptcy is hindering major job-creating solar projects development
When everyone’s favorite fake Tea Partier acknowledges the reality of climate change, maybe we’re getting somewhere.
The oil, gas, and nuclear industries have enjoyed huge federal subsidies for a century, all of which have far outpaced investment in renewable energy.
The Energy Information Administration predicts a 40 percent rise in global carbon dioxide emissions over the next 20-plus years.
Pension funds and big businesses plan to sink money into energy-retrofit programs, which create jobs and present an excellent climate solution.
The GOP makes no effort to hide its opposition to clean energy. But the solar industry far outpaces the growth rate of the overall U.S. economy.
The idea may see fierce debate in Congress — but a majority of Americans support repealing tax breaks for fossil-fuel companies.