After the ball dropped, the grid didn't go down and planes didn't drop from the sky. Phew. Many people said, in essence, "see
For those of us who believe climate change is an existential threat, this is a tough morning. But we will move forward with or without national-level leadership from the U.S. Only a few forces are strong enough to fight ignorance (like climate denial), isolationism, and fear. Those may include a measure of righteous anger, mixed with hope, forgiveness, and love.
President Obama gave his final State of the Union this week and in the seven years he's been president, much has changed. But, before he leaves office, there is more that can and should be done to address climate change.
A recent report released by the American Lung Association found that by 2030 the EPA's proposed fuel efficiency standards
Alongside state efforts, such as California's requirement that renewables represent 33 percent of energy produced by 2020
The aeration technique has already been used in wastewater treatment plants with no apparent health effects, according to
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Instead of offering targeted policies, many leaders are suggesting an "all of the above" approach to energy development. The idea is that we should throw everything we have at the problem and see what sticks. It's a misguided strategy that would do more harm than good.
Three governors and the Premier of British Columbia announced an action plan to make the Pacific Northwest's homes more energy efficient, its vehicles less dependent on oil, and its communities less vulnerable to the threat of global climate change.
"This is a great environmental victory, period," said Eddie Scher, a senior communications strategist with the Sierra Club
Keystone XL Pipeline: Obama Administration Announcing It Will Not Go Forward With Controversial Plan
Oliver echoed Harper's suggestion that Canada would seek to export its oil with or without Keystone XL. "Today's decision
For very few jobs and no increased access to oil, we get to assume the liability of this project and its negative impact on our land, water and atmosphere.