There is evidence the cutting edge of economic transformation will come not from Washington, but from the business sector.
An investigation by Facing South finds that the Koch brothers, have a valuable ally in North Carolina: conservative benefactor Art Pope.
A new survey shows that greenwashing is as rampant as ever--more than 95 percent of the products analyzed weren't as green as they said they were.
If you "just want to get away" from Earth for a while by indulging your new hobby of space exploration, you may find the planet pretty steamed when you get back.
Tesoro and Valero, the Texas oil companies that are funding Prop 23, contributed another $1.5 million to the campaign to kill California's AB 32.
Congress first started debating a new food-safety law two years and several massive food recalls ago. Meanwhile, rumors are flying about how S. 510 will outlaw organic practices or backyard gardening. Here's what the current bill could actually do -- for the FDA, eaters, farmers, and industry.
Stanford professor Roz Naylor lays out how a global ramp-up of ethanol and biodiesel production means land speculation and rising food prices for the world's poor. Can the world stomach such a fuel-ish transition?
New satellite data from the European Space Agency shows that 20 percent of juvenile bluefin tuna have been killed by oil.
Scholastic, the education company, has teamed up with the Chamber of Commerce to "educate" children about the perils of government energy regulation.
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