Cheap gas is not a good thing for the climate -- or for pre-Thanksgiving gridlock.
A new report looks at how America can get on course to avoid dangerous climate change. There are multiple pathways to that goal, but we gotta start now.
A New York Times investigation traces how oil-money influence and federal absence left a state's environment open to pillage.
Some teachers aren't having it.
The retail behemoth gets a lot of good press for putting up a few solar panels, but it gets far more electricity from coal than from the sun.
Beltway pundits keep saying Obama is about to “trade” Keystone approval for some other policy he cares about more. They are delusional.
A new study shows that major beverage companies like Coca-Cola and Pepsi are aiming their advertising campaigns largely toward black and Latino youth.
A reporter's deep dive into Whole Foods' Detroit launch suggests that it will take more to change the inner-city foodscape than one new store.
Obama has banned U.S. investment in most overseas coal plants. Republicans and fossil-fuel-loving Democrats want to undo that ban.
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