What the TPP means for agricultural greenhouse gas emissions

Here's what we know about the Trans-Pacific Partnership so far.


Some of the biggest banks are cutting how much they lend to coal companies

Citigroup and ANZ announced they will slice their lending to coal mining operations and dirty coal plants. Do they go far enough?

Climate & Energy

Study confirms the Republican Party is alone in its crazy climate denial

The researcher compared conservative climate change policies from the U.S., the U.K., Norway, Sweden, Spain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany.


The TPP agreement: Will it save the rhinos? Or will it destroy everything we love and hold dear?

The good, the bad, the ugly, and the unknowns on the largest trade agreement in history.

Climate & Energy

From the Christian Coalition to climate change: One conservative activist’s story

Michele Combs, founder of Young Conservatives for Energy Reform, is working to engage Republicans on clean energy and climate change.


Congress just missed a chance to help hungry kids. Here’s what happened

Advocates are hoping a new school lunch law will include some modest additions to the national programs.


Got a date? Take him or her home — in honor of House Republicans

In honor of recreational sex, our chasers for the week are going to be as unreasonably caliente as we can muster.

Climate & Energy

Food company execs want Congress to get off its butt and do something about climate change

The CEOS of Kellogg, General Mills, and eight other companies published a letter calling for action and made a visit to Capitol Hill.


Obama squanders opportunity to clean up smog and fight climate change

The EPA just tightened its rule on ozone pollution, but not nearly enough.