Peter Barnes' plan is politically impossible, but isn't everything now? So what the hell, let's check it out.
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It's been a bit player, but solar power is about to shine.
Oregon Environmental Council aligned its portfolio with its values -- and still makes money.
The solar bike lane is the greenest thing in Amsterdam since space cake.
GMO-labeling initiatives have lost four times now, but proponents are tenacious. Until we actually try out the idea, we'll be stuck on infinite replay.
Eight fracking bans went to voters during these elections. Half of them won, including one in the Lone Star State.
The greenhouse is owned by a biotech company in Durham, N.C., that understands that resilience means money.
A new report spells out the financial costs of the public opposition to tar-sands development.
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