The oldest living senator leaves behind a legacy of environmental and public health protection—but doesn’t live to see …
Washington media and politicians are certain that something must be done—and soon—about the debt crisis. But climate change rarely gets that kind of traction. Why it matters which crisis we choose
After the failure of cap and trade, many climate advocates have focused on energy innovation as a way to sidestep tough politics. But there’s avoiding the battle over climate change
REI chief Sally Jewell gets the nod to become President Obama’s next Interior Secretary. She’ll try to balance the department’s conservation and economic responsibilities
The Nobel prize-winning physicist brought rare intelligence to the Presidential Cabinet—and an abiding concern about global warming.
After a disappointing first term, environmentalists are hoping for action on climate change from President Obama—and he promised to deliver. But what can he actually do?
Californians will go to the polls today knowing that their votes for the presidential election will be virtually worthless. President Obama has a double-digit lead over Mitt Romney in this bluest of states, and by the time polls …
50 years old this month, Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring helped kickstart the environmental movement and led the U.S. to ban the pesticide DDT. So why do some people blame Carson for millions of malaria deaths in Africa?
Mitt Romney promises to make the U.S. energy independent by 2020 by increasing domestic oil and gas production. But without dealing with consumption, he’s only tackling half the problem.
Trump opened his $150 million golf course in Scotland Tuesday despite protests and the premiere of a documentary that condemns him.