Grist talks to Rick Weiland, a Democrat waging a long-shot campaign. Unlike other Dems in red states, he wants to fight climate change, Keystone XL, and Big Oil.
A new poll revealed that young people care about reducing carbon emissions, but they're less likely to get out to the polls to vote.
What's the most promising way to extend electricity to those who now lack it? Is it top-down, extending the centralized grid and building large power plants? Or is it bottom-up, with distributed energy?
Can the GOP's 2014 candidates give a straight answer on climate change? It appears not.
The good news is Alec Johnson got off with a small fine. The bad news is he didn't get to say a peep about why he performed his act of civil disobedience.
Oxfam and Greenpeace call out the new EU targets for being too low and unenforceable.
People who reported fracking-related complaints to the authorities were frustrated by the lack of response, researchers found.
The coming global boom in wind power will be driven largely by China's rebounding wind energy market.
The Democrat in the Maine Senate race is the greener candidate, but environmental groups are still supporting Collins.
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