Discover how politics can impact the environment, from U.N. climate talks to state legislation to local plastic bag bans.
The guy who thought up "Drill, Baby Drill" thinks the world is cooling. You know, because he heard someone read it somewhere sometime. Yeah baby!
Catch up on the highlights for March 15-21.
A tax relief ballot initiative in Maine would cut excise taxes for all cars while tossing something extra to hybrids. In short, a big ol' greenwash.
An overview of the green policies and legislation President Obama and his team are pushing.
Catch up on the headlines for the week of March 8-14.
Sometimes, the big guns in Congress aim to keep stuff 'away' from their states. Senator Harry Reid and the tale of Yucca Mountain is a prime example.
Karl Burkart breaks the news that Green activist Van Jones has been confirmed as President Obama's "Green Czar".
Washington welcomes thousands of eco-minded student activists to Power Shift 2009.
Catch up on the headlines for the week of March 1 with our handy list of editors' picks.
Need to catch up? Here's our compilation of the week's best stories for Feb. 22-28.
On Monday thousands of Americans will march the streets of Washington, DC to protest against coal and the damage it causes our environment and society.
Court asks for better explanation of how the Bush administration's air quality limit protects public health.
Over the years, for multiple presidents from both parties, the State of the Union address serves as a mini-telethon of good intentions and unfulfilled promises.
President Obama's choice for Department of Energy signals commitment to environmental issues
Americans are living under siege, subject to booming blasts and toxic fallout as mountains disappear in the race for cheap coal.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.