The Department of Agriculture's new voluntary plan to cut U.S. carbon emissions shouldn't cause a ruckus -- and that just might make it work.
Warren aggressively opposes Keystone XL, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and corporate power. That’s quite a contrast with Clinton’s views.
The president uses his Earth Day message to call for climate action -- and throw a few jabs at Marco Rubio and Rick Scott.
The only green that gets shit done is money.
OK, not really. He wants lots of other stuff too.
On Earth Day, Obama will call for protecting public lands from climate change. He should also call for an end to selling off publicly owned fossil fuels.
For Earth Day, here's a look back at EPA successes, and a look ahead to the next big challenge: climate change.
Clinton hasn't made climate a priority in the past. Will that change in the future?
A look back at the response to the BP oil spill -- and thoughts on where we go from here.
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