Texas rancher Clay Igo sums it up: “It seems like it is doin’ nothing but getting hotter, and drier, and less rain, yearly.”
A venture capital firm specializing in medicine (what else?) has named a computer program to its board of directors.
Oxfam names the 10 food companies that could make a difference in helping push governments to get serious about carbon emission regulations.
Dictionaries aren't exactly known for being trendy, so it's a big deal when Merriam-Webster adds fracking and freegan to the lexicon.
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Narendra Modi is conservative, but he's making clean electricity generation his top energy priority.
It’s unclear how large the BP oil spill will loom in the film.
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Sen. Marco Rubio are climate deniers, and that doesn't sit well with some of the state's Evangelical leaders.
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