Lobbying behemoth American Legislative Exchange Council plans to attack environmental protections when Republicans take control of Congress and several state legislatures.
The EPA's proposed power plant regulations will help the American economy, not cripple it, say companies like Ikea, Kellogg’s, and Nestle.
The feds are still letting coal companies mine on public land at far below market rates, contrary to the goals of the president's own climate plan.
Here's some advice for environmental philanthropists on how to navigate a politically polarized U.S. political system: Choose sides.
India is the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter after China and the U.S., and now it's cooking up a new climate action strategy.
That's what the GOP senator who'll be taking control of the environment committee told David Corn several years ago.
This week in Peru, delegates are creating the framework for a deal to fight global warming. Next year, they'll fill in the blanks.
There's more optimism than usual about the two-week negotiating session in Lima, Peru.
The idea that cutting food assistance will help move poor people towards self-sufficiency looks like a pipe dream.
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