As the Department of Labor announces millions of dollars to help laid-off coal miners, advertisers are taken to task for outright lies about power plant regulations.
An interview with President Obama gives us some insight into his how he is approaching this all-important issue.
EPA's power plant regulations will spur energy innovation, which will spread to all nations.
China's immediate response to US action shows how easy it would be to spark competition on climate, it could work similarly among US states.
The US will finally begin controlling carbon emissions from power plants and EPA is giving states the ultimate flexibility on how they meet targets.
The battle for sustainability is crystalizing on two fronts: energy and agriculture. Major rallies are planned for both.
The company that frowned on pay-to-play now ranks in the top five of corporate political spenders.
Rapid changes are indeed possible and cost effective, without nuclear energy.
The IRS will soon tweak the tax code to allow REITs for renewable energy, among other actions.
The usual poison amendments killed the bipartisan-supported Shaheen-Portman bill for a second time.