Once upon a time, we started subsidizing agriculture.
The president will visit the Florida Everglades on Wednesday to talk about how climate change threatens the economy.
Bush said some stuff about climate change that sounded "moderate," but he still doesn't actually want to do anything about the problem.
Executives from 43 major companies want real progress to come out of the U.N. climate talks in Paris this December.
China and India haven’t made any promises. Japan is poised to offer a weak plan. So far only the European Union is doing what it needs to be.
For now, at least.
A new group called Inclusv is trying to build a rainbow coalition for Clinton, and draw more people of color into political campaigns.
Shell wants to use Seattle's port as a staging ground, but citizens and protestors are cooking up plans to block the oil giant's scheme.
Since 2008, the coal industry shed nearly 50,000 jobs, while natural gas and renewable energy added four times that number.
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