But, then, Jon Scott used to work at A Current Affair, so he knows what he's talking about.
Oil drilling is one of the nation's most dangerous industries, and it attracts uninsured laborers who too often can't pay their hospital bills.
It's the future vs. the past: Apple is neck-and-neck with Exxon in a race to be the most profitable company in the world.
The Virginia Senate has passed a bill making it illegal to recklessly fling a car door open into traffic. But do such laws make any difference?
Denis McDonough has called for funding to help poor countries deal with climate change and reduce reliance on dirty energy.
To study activism, the filmmakers didn't go to protests -- they foraged weeds from dumpsters.
An investigation by The Independent reveals how the Kochs have tried to anonymously fund anti-science research.
And 2013 is likely to continue that trend.
Fish McBites and Filet-O-Fish sandwiches are getting a stamp of approval from the Marine Stewardship Council, but they're not exactly green eats.
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