Articles by Randy Rieland
Randy Rieland is a writer who lives in Washington, D.C., but tries to spend as many weekends as possible at his cottage in the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia. He also actually remembers the first Earth Day. You can email him at randy.rieland[at]gmail[dot]com.
Oil spill investigator says no corners were cut to save money
BP's critics are incredulous at the conclusion that people on the doomed oil rig weren't motivated by cost-cutting to take risks.
Climate scientists say enough is enough and mobilize an army
Scientists now realize the facts don't speak for themselves and plan to take on climate change deniers.
House Republicans vying for top energy spot ratchet up tough talk
Now that the voting stuff is over, Washington gets down to its real business: Backroom power.
Obama tries to pick up the pieces on climate and energy
The president is thinking small. Republicans are thinking oil and nuclear. How's this going to work?