All the world’s countries love to talk piously about the need to address climate change. What happens if someone goes beyond talk to action? If the E.U.’s aviation program is any indication, it ain’t pretty.
Here is a video of Rick Santorum lying about the history of clean air in America and specifically Pittsburgh.
The same lawmakers clinging desperately to Keystone won’t extend the production tax credit that keeps the burgeoning wind industry alive.
Rick Santorum is way crazy when it comes to environmental issues — so crazy he makes Newt Gingrich’s moon-colony plans sound plausible, and Mitt Romney’s climate flip-floppery look presidential.
There’s no comprehensive, standardized way for cities to track their carbon pollution, but a new study puts forward a useful model. And it counts not just the CO2 we produce, but the CO2 we consume.
The latest to join the fray are Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and “tar sands magnate Murray Edwards.” Just goes to show you what strange bedfellows geoengineering makes.
Big Oil will do anything to avoid coming to terms with the fact that the business models which have made it so profitable directly threaten the Earth’s survival, writes Bill McKibben.
You’d think that the main criterion for being named the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s chief scientist would be that you are a scientist. (Lesser criteria: being plausibly chiefly; studying some field related to oceanic and/or atmospheric science.) Turns out, …
During the State of the Union, I was watching for whether the president would back down on clean energy in the face of coordinated GOP assault. He did not. Instead, he doubled down.