The majority of Americans are convinced that climate change had something to do with the warm winter and last year’s super hot summer. Good news: They believe climate change has consequences. Bad news: When it gets cold, they’ll be convinced we fixed it.

House Republicans are going to vote today on yet another bill that would require federal approval of Keystone XL. (The White House has said it will veto the bill.)

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Apple and Amazon have the dirtiest data centers, Google has the most energy-efficient, according to a new Greenpeace report.

Congress has done next to nothing to make offshore drilling safer in response to the BP oil spill.

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Which is worse — putting your diarrhea-plagued dog on the roof of the family car or eating dog meat as a child in Indonesia?