Climate & Energy

The media talked about climate change, for a bit

After superstorm Sandy, the media started mentioning climate more often in its political reporting. Already that coverage has started to wane.

Climate & Energy

How rain on Election Day helps Republicans

Not covered: How rain on your wedding day is ironic.

Climate & Energy

ExxonMobil contributes to Hurricane Sandy

$1 million dollars. What'd you think we meant?


Attention: There is a presidential election today

Here's everything you need to know, sort of.

Climate & Energy

Solar: The best of times, the worst of times

The U.S. solar industry is growing by leaps and bounds, but trade skirmishes with China are clouding the horizon.

Climate & Energy

Pennsylvania agency didn’t mention water pollution near fracking site because no one asked

The Pennsylvania Dept. of Environmental Protection found copper, zinc, nickel, and titanium near a fracking site, but failed to tell anyone.


As support for California GMO labeling wanes, campaign grows desperate

Fighting Monsanto's dirty money, Proposition 37 campaign has been getting weirder as time runs out before the election.

Business & Technology

Wind energy: Getting cheaper, still about to tank

The cost of running wind farms has fallen to a new low, but the industry in the U.S. is still in trouble because of an expiring tax credit.


What could the presidential race mean for cities?

Will the presidential election affect smart growth and transportation in urban areas? Not as much as you might think.

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