We have come to a point where we can either be proactive in securing a strong future, or we can wait until we run out of all our resources and are forced to change.
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With Episode 5, we're halfway through Season 1. Former Times Picayune reporter Lolis Eric Elie wrote this episode, so it's a good time to describe the headlines that may have inspired plotline
Boulder's energy audit program was designed to get people motivated to make energy-efficient improvements. But follow-up surveys found homeowners didn't make even the smallest recommended changes.
While one day of snow in this Mediterranean city doesn't mean anything on a grand scale, it did force me to differentiate wacky weather from a changing climate.
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Three Greenpeace activists were taken into custody after deploying a floating banner in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in plain view of...
Winning this opportunity is an enormous honor--especially because many other contestants were worthy and capable of representing you. I thus asked a few other contestants for their messages of hope.
The West Coast fishing industry and the California Bay Delta ecosystem were saved from the brink of disaster last week when Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) dropped her amendment to override the Endangered Species Act.
Even decisions as small as selecting that perfect bottle of wine to go with your dinner provides an opportunity to make an eco-friendly choice.
If you can see and talk to our family and friends at any given moment that we're both online, shouldn't we be able to fly or drive just a bit less?
The ad presents an image of the tar sands that looks more like a scene from The Sound of Music than the environmental crime scene that big oil corporations are actually perpetrating.
This is the last installment in my six-part series excerpted from chapter 11 of my book Social Change 2.0: A Blueprint for Reinventing Our World. It ...
Last night, Senator Murkowski was treated to a fundraiser by lobbyists for the Nuclear Energy Institute, Duke Energy and Peabody Coal. Political Part...
In a classic case of the resource curse in the DR Congo, extractive projects are not promoting the country's long-term development, but rather are attracting short-term profiteers, conflict, and corruption.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Great white sharks more scarce than endangered tigers; Vermont says no to nukes; End of the line ...
"Keep it simple" is my culinary mantra. Originally, it was because I have no cooking skills, but in the past few years I've been learning that simplicity often tastes better.
What actions must we -- as individuals, families, corporate CEOs, government officials, activists -- take to secure a path that guides us to a cleaner, safer, and healthier world?
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Green medals at the Vancouver Olympics; Early spring in Japan; Slow boats to China; EPA under fir...
By way of this Steven Pearlstein article, Ezra Klein wonders why natural gas doesn't get as much attention as nuclear energy as a bridge fuel toward t...
While this may sound like a rather difficult leap -- it did to me a few years ago -- I am now a firm believer that you will only enjoy your food more by expanding your picks.
All this eating at home - coupled with my complete lack of training in the kitchen - has led us to some very creative concoctions.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Wacky weather Down Under; San Francisco's fog of change; Permafrost shifts North ... PLUS: GOP g...
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