A Christian Science Monitor headline claims that EPA regulations are squelching coal companies. Not so: David Roberts explains what's really snuffing out the industry.
Democrat Jay Inslee, a climate hawk and clean-energy booster, is in a tight race with Rob McKenna, a Republican who acknowledges the threat of climate change.
As mountains of cheap, industrially grown carving pumpkins beckon, what is a conscious, holiday-loving girl to do?
A reader says his landlord’s fancy new washing machine requires special soap. Umbra tells him not to get his knickers in a twist.
Officials in the Windy City just finished an extreme green makeover of an industrial thoroughfare. OK: It may not be much to look at, but wait till you see what’s inside.
Those like Mitt Romney who claim that the U.S. can achieve energy “independence” by 2020 are delusional. "Extreme energy" is an extreme dead end.
A recent study indicates that the U.S. ranks first in newspapers giving voice to climate deniers. Somewhere Jim Inhofe is doing a tap dance.
Ha ha no. What are you, stupid? Come on. Grow up.
Media critic Jay Rosen asked David Roberts what kind of energy journalism the world needs. Here's the answer.