James Cameron and other celebrity donors helped the No on 23 campaign amass a $25.8 million war chest to defeat California's Proposition 23.
This may not be the most important thing in the world, but it drives me crazy: What do you call people who care about climate change and clean energy (PCCCCE)? (No, not an "environmentalist.")
A new report from Brookings and the American Enterprise Institute called "Post-Partisan power" is an oxymoronic, dishonest distraction.
The Chevy Volt will be in showrooms soon and that's raising the question of whether it's an electric car wannabe.
Thomas Knutson studies storms and his research predicts that global warming is likely to mean fewer, but stronger Atlantic hurricanes.
California may lose $33 million in energy-efficiency funds because officials in Riverside County are upset they didn't get more than half of the sum.
The EPA is recommending rejecting a new mountaintop-removal coal mine in West Virginia. Hopefully the decision is a step towards ending the practice altogether.
A dozen black-clad solar ninjas converged at the Solar Power International conference to protest Prop 23 and rally other solar companies against it.
Laurene Jobs, wife of Apple founder Steve Jobs, donated $200,000 to defeat California's Prop 23 that would suspend the state's global warming law.