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.
Boehner takes over and climate legislation fades to black
John Boehner, the Ohio Republican, who once said that "the idea that carbon dioxide ... is harmful to our environment is almost comical" is the new Speaker of the House.
GOP wins could throw dirt on climate and energy policy
Is it possible that climate and energy legislation could get even deader? You betcha!
Expect a nuclear boost if Reid loses Senate seat
A loss by Harry Reid in the Nevada Senate race could clear the way for Republicans to make nuclear a centerpiece of any renewable energy plan.
Is Halliburton the real heavy in the Gulf oil explosion?
Dick Cheney's old outfit is back in the line of fire for mixing "unstable" cement.