The press devoted twice as much air time to Joe Biden's giggles than to climate change this election season.
And it won't happen, because we're all about to get screwed.
If they don't, it would be pretty... well, you know.
Grover Norquist's half-hearted endorsement of a carbon tax makes it slightly more likely to happen, but it probably still won't.
Arabica coffee beans could be extinct in the wild by 2080.
Protests have stalled construction of new tar-sands pipelines, so oil companies are now shipping their goop south by rail.
Superstorm Sandy took a toll on East Coast Superfund sites, waterways and more. Cleanup is underway but the full impact is not yet known.
The New Yorker calls on Obama to put climate action at the top of his agenda. So does Republican Christine Todd Whitman and other non-hippies.
Three months after a fire at Chevron's Richmond refinery, the oil giant says it is rebuilding to pollute as usual.