Hillary Clinton's former deputy national campaign director is now lobbying Clinton and the Department of State on behalf of TransCanada, the company that wants to lay 7,000 miles of pipe between Canada's tar sands and Texas refineries.
Koch Industries, the privately held petrochemical giant whose corporate personality can best be described as obsessive-compulsively evil, is at it again!
Coal-fired power is a gigantic, blood-sucking parasite that’s enriching a few executives and shareholders at the public’s expense, a new report suggests.
The director of Sweet Crude talks about what it’s like to spend time with people who know the true cost of oil. Her film is now out on DVD.
On Monday, at least 400 protestors stormed — or, more accurately, walked gently up to and tapped on the shoulder — the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa to protest the Keystone XL pipeline. Over 100 people were arrested, charged with …
Ray Mabus, Secretary of the U.S. Navy, has a refreshing historical perspective on the Navy's efforts to end its dependence on our increasingly expensive and environmentally destructive supplies of oil. From a speech he recently gave at the National Clean Energy Summit 4.0: In …
The oil, gas, and nuclear industries have enjoyed huge federal subsidies for a century, all of which have far outpaced investment in renewable energy.
In the New York Times Book Review, Fareed Zakaria has a review of Daniel Yergin’s new book, “The Quest,” that reads like a capsule summary of current elite conventional wisdom on energy.