A Guardian columnist says we should champion big companies like McDonald's for pushing small green habits on consumers. We're not so sure.
Not busy on Nov. 15? Join industry leaders in an affirmation that America isn't helping fossil fuels enough.
New York Times columnist David Brooks has written an execrable, nonsensical column about cleantech and climate change. Bloggers pounced.
The American Energy Alliance is working to make a wind industry tax credit so "toxic" that Congress will refuse to pass an extension.
In a speech on Thursday, Clinton called for climate action and outlined the nation's priorities for keeping energy conflicts in check.
The feds have settled a lawsuit aimed at protecting rare "false killer whale" dolphins in Hawaii.
And BP doesn't seem particularly interested in cleaning up the mess caused by the leaky equipment it abandoned at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
The Australian government wants broadcasters to be factually accurate? Lame. USA! USA!
Romney and GOP colleagues are talking about cutting oil and gas tax breaks -- if we also cut corporate taxes and drop support for clean energy.
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