Discover how politics can impact the environment, from U.N. climate talks to state legislation to local plastic bag bans.
Obama steals a play from the Reagan/Bush playbook, and hopes for the opposite result.
Over the objection of the car industry, the Obama administration will allow states like California to set their own stricter fuel and emissions standards.
Obama spurs a wave of green political advertising ... but is it just Greenwashing(ton)?
A new green day is on the horizon as the 44th president takes office. Plus: More about the first family.
Republican Sen. John Barrasso has lifted his block on Obama's green nominees to head the EPA and the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Change is in the air, but has Washington’s Lobbyland built up an immunity?
Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming, home of Dick Cheney, is blocking two of Obama's green nominees.
The parade and the parties are over. History has been made. Today is for the hangover, and then the hard work. Six distinguished environmentalists weigh in.
Earth Matters blogger Shea Gunther live blogs the Obama Inauguration from the comfort of his couch in Maine.
Barack Obama will be sworn in today as the 44th President of the United States. We made it.
MNN offers the president-elect 7 tips for getting the country's many environmental issues.
Why environmentalism can't afford to be a white, affluent issue.
Vanessa offers unsolicited advice for the new president.
Vanessa offers the new president some unsolicited advice.
Enviros stage (at least) four lavish, environment-saving events to ring in the Obama administration.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.