The leaders of the country’s three major parties signed a joint pledge to aggressively fight climate change and phase out the use of coal.
Sure, government swindlers and food stamp fraudsters are alarming. But we're catching a lot of them -- and, often, getting the money back.
In the geoengineering debate, "just research" is the default position of Serious People. But it's more problematic than they acknowledge.
Think he’s doing all he can? Au contraire. Again and again, the president encourages fossil fuel exploitation and goes soft on polluters.
The resigning governor has been an outspoken climate advocate. Fortunately, he’ll be replaced by a liberal Democrat who’s likely to embrace climate action too.
By next year, nearly half of global GDP will be covered by cap-and-trade programs.
Sit-ins make the moral case for universities to dump their fossil fuel investments, but the collapse of oil prices adds a push from the invisible hand.
States are charged with implementing Obama's carbon rule for power plants. Which ones will cooperate and which ones won't?
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