Boston physician Jill Stein has accepted the party’s nomination for the highest office in the land. Now, can she get anyone to pay attention?
This election year, the Green Party hopes to ride the spirit that drove the Occupy movement right into the mainstream.
The Democrats’ “all of the above” energy message is an effective one. Their “Romney backed a solar clunker too” message is not.
There’s been a recent surge of stories about conservatives and climate change in the mainstream media. But oddly, none of them tell voters what they most need to know on the subject. It’s time for a primer.
In a speech last week, the president called on Congress to renew wind-industry tax credits, but neglected to mention “climate change” or “greenhouse gases” or even “pollution.”
Mitt Romney promises to revoke federal support for the wind industry. That might not go over well in swing states like Iowa, where the booming wind sector has wide, bipartisan support.
Virtually all high-level Republicans are dubious about the climate crisis, so what other options does Mitt Romney have?
Democrats like talking about “Big Oil” and “clean energy.” Republicans favor “Solyndra” and “Keystone.” No one’s into “climate change.”
We’ve been saying for a while that expensive gas is good news — not just because the expense of filling a tank could drive people into the arms of bikes and subways, but because affordable gas is a sign of …