Critical List: Sarah Palin’s emails on oil; Firefighters gaining ground on wildfire
Sarah Palin's emails show that even in private that she's not Big Oil's best buddy.
In Arizona, the population of two towns was allowed to return home, and firefighters said they were more confident about containing the fire.
Obama is visiting an LED manufacturer before convening his jobs council today; NPR asks if investing in clean energy is a gamble the U.S. should take. Grist says: Yes, duh.
The Rockies are losing snowpack at an "almost unprecedented" rate.
The Texas drought is hurting even oil and gas interests. (Maybe this is how action on climate change starts — when its effects start hurting the bottom line of energy companies.)
Apples are the most pesticide-ridden fruit for 2011.
Greenpeace convinces Mattel to make Barbie's iconic pink packaging more green.