Watch some of the ads that hit Republican candidates for being beholden to wealthy polluters.
It's a spot of good news in an otherwise gloomy news-scape.
The premise of the case: The sky belongs to everyone, so governments must protect it.
The U.S. oil-and-gas boom is dumping oodles of methane into the atmosphere, and so far, the feds haven't gotten meaningful regulations together.
A new campaign in Britain aims to get banks to stop investing in the fossil fuel industry.
A few conservative intellectuals are speaking out against sprawl, and for denser "new urbanist" development. Sadly, their arguments will never gain traction.
Why are some African-American lawmakers taking their cues from the fossil-fuel industry? They're not getting the other side of the story.
Rep. Lamar Smith has launched an aggressive campaign against what he sees as misguided money management at the National Science Foundation.
Not as much as we might like, because next the state will fixate on fracking for natural gas, as West Virginia native Jeff Young explains.
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