The environmentalist pleads his case for a Green New Deal and wonders why Barack Obama brags about his administration's oil production.
The Keystone spill in South Dakota and approval for the Keystone XL in Nebraska have galvanized indigenous people and their allies.
Corporations should not be a part of climate negotiations at the upcoming United Nations talks in Paris. They are part of the problem, not the solution.
Writer and environmental activist Bill McKibben slaps the administration for taking on easy battles, sidestepping the tough ones and trying to claim environmental progress. Meanwhile, the earth continues to heat up as Obama pursues oil- and coal-based energy policies, and then brags about them.
In the near future, President Obama is expected to give construction on the Keystone XL pipeline a definitive thumbs up or thumbs down. The decision he makes could determine the fate of the Canadian tar-sands industry and, with it, the future well-being of the planet. If that sounds overly dramatic, let me explain.
The White House was rocked Tuesday, not only by a 58-magnitude earthquake, but by the protests mounting outside its gatesThe White House was rocked Tuesday, not only by 5.
Author, activist and founder of the global environmental movement 350.org Bill McKibben was arrested outside the White House on Saturday along with 64 others protesting the construction of a pipeline from Canada's tar sands sites to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico. (more)
Even for Americans, constitutionally convinced that there will always be a second act, and a third, and a do-over after that, and, if necessary, a little public repentance and forgiveness and a Brand New Start -- even for us, the world looks a little Terminal right now.