We are faced with cutting mental health programs, raising tuition, cutting medical services for the poor. Yet we seem to have plenty of dough for corporate welfare that simply does not work.
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ProPublica Monday reported environmental officials were scrambling to clean up 8,000 gallons of a "potential carcinogen" manufactured by Halliburton a...
Nearly all analyses of important international relationships, whether internal or external, see the countries' systems through a prism that hides the power of clans and cabals.
Producers of natural gas are readying a lobbying effort before a climate change bill goes before the Senate this fall, reports the Dallas Morning News...
No credible research can conclude that ethanol production in the U.S. is the driving force behind deforestation and other land use changes in other sovereign nations.
Voters in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District a month ago favored legislation that would require the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate hyd...
"Manipulation" is immeasurably more sinister than "Speculation." It bespeaks of controlling, orchestrating and maneuvering to falsify and rig.
CANBERRA, Australia — Energy giant Chevron announced on Monday that the Gorgon gas field, one of the world's largest, will be developed off nort...
The Department of Energy's awards last week are a big step in the right direction to demonstrate how simple it will be to provide fueling facilities for heavy trucks and fleets.
For all its pronouncements that gas could be used to replace aging, inefficient coal-fired power plants -- and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the ...
Federal environment officials investigating drinking water contamination  near the ranching town of Pavillion, Wyo., have found that at least three...
Is the enemy of our enemy our friend? Is it worthwhile to ally with the natgas industry to reduce the influence of coal and strengthen the climate bill?
T. Boone Pickens has been spending millions (actually, tens of millions) to promote The Pickens' Plan, which is a fundamentally flawed concept that could nail the coffin shut on America's future.
The giant advantage of a quick conversion from coal to gas is the quickest route for jumpstarting our economy and saving our planet.
A lopsided vote like 393-35 is further evidence that members of Congress recognize the tremendous benefits of natural gas: it's clean, it's abundant, and, most importantly, it's American.
We must speak up and convince our senators that effective legislation cannot give coal a free pass and put this bill's effectiveness in jeopardy.
During the debates when Gwen Ifill asked, "Do you support capping carbon emissions?" Palin responded, "I do. I do." What or whom changed Sarah Palin's mind about cap-and-trade?
In the wake of Sarah Palin's surprise announcement to step down as Alaska governor, questions linger over her signature energy initiative: the constru...
The NAT GAS Act is the only way I know to quickly and effectively reduce our dependence on foreign oil. It will also save consumers thousands of dollars on fuel costs and protect our environment.
US greenhouse gas emissions are falling quickly in 2009 and bringing us within close reach (a few years) of 1990 levels.
What's an environmentally responsible source of clean energy that is available in America today that can eliminate our dependence on foreign oil? It's natural gas.
Reduced emissions are not the only benefit to renewable energy. Another stark difference between fossil energy and renewable energy is the risk to workers close to the fuel from the mine to the point of use.
One of the great ironies of our age is that skepticism of global warming is treated with greater respect than, say, Holocaust denial.
Do you think the U.S. can afford to spend half a trillion dollars on imported oil? I sure don't. Yet that's how much we spent in 2008.
China begins lying a gigantic 1,100 km long gas and oil pipeline to Myanmar in September; the official media said a day before the visit of Burmese l...
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