When Steve Horn arrived at the Oklahoma City headquarters of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) for an interview, he was greeted by police—a tactic for the group's propensity for secrecy when it comes under scrutiny.
Crony capitalism, corporate personhood and too-big-to-fail corporations are the biggest problems in today’s economy. Robert Jensen's new book offers an honest economic analysis, which critiques capitalism.
The pope is trying to get the word out to U.S. Catholics to do something practical about climate change. Will Pope Francis help move all Americans toward a greener and less dangerous future?
With Dutch electric trains soon to be powered by wind turbines and Aspen, Colorado becoming the third U.S. city to be net carbon zero, these are just two of the hopeful green energy stories happening in the world today.
Bernie Sanders along with 11 fellow senators sent a letter to President Obama urging him to cease Shell’s oil drilling in the Arctic. Because they believe there to be "utter hypocrisy in the current policy."
As the end of the Obama presidency nears, it's obvious that short term interests are favored over the very fate of the planet. The U.S. has become the world’s largest energy producer since he became president. Can you say hypocrisy?
While the hormesis model would result in needless death and misery, a group of pro-nuclear fanatics are drastically downplaying the dangers of radioactivity. We need to take a strong public stand against this proposed change.
The reason Obama went to the state is that it is at the forefront of the climate change crisis. Here are the climate problems it is facing according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Switching to sustainable energy sources such as wind and solar power is necessary to save the planet from the negative effects of global warming. Here are the top five breakthroughs the world's experienced today.
On a recent trip to Alaska, President Obama was greeted by thousands of protesters asking him to reverse his decision on Shell and stop all exploratory drilling in the Arctic. But how will he respond?