A carbon tax and dividend system could usher in an era of clean energy independence
Like opposing civil rights and gay marriage, climate denial will drive voters away from the GOP
Even though smart climate policies could save tens of trillions of dollars
Many people see America divided along red and blue lines. While a recent Pew Research Center report did find those divides on issues such as increasing fossil fuels, the report uncovered "pockets of partisan agreement over...
The Republican Party values polluter wealth over public health
Have people changed their minds about global warming after President Donald Trump, infamous for his climate change denial, has spent a year in office? Gallup conducted their annual survey regarding the environment in early...
In an abrupt reversal after announcing plans to expand offshore oil drilling, administration bows to opposition from Republican Florida governor
Part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the largest US wilderness, risks being transferred to the hands of the fossil fuel industry. Join the fight against this
There are only 45 to 60 red wolves left in the wild, concentrated in a small area of North Carolina — but for Republicans, that is simply too many. The Canis rufus, which was declared endangered in 1982 and critically...
In an administration that has been defined by its disdain for scientific concensus and even basic facts, it should come as no surprise that Jim Bridenstine, former Republican Congressman and President Trump's nominee to...
Coal can’t compete with cheaper clean energy. The Trump administration can’t save expensive, dirty energy.
Coal can no longer compete in the free market, so the Trump administration wants to prop it up with taxpayer subsidies
The wall of Republican climate denial is starting to crack; who will be the Neo that accelerates the process?
Bipartisanship feels increasingly rare in the United States today, but a recent House of Representatives vote shows it isn't dead yet. 46 Republicans aligned with Democrats on a vote over language about climate change in...
Doubts about the science are being replaced by doubts about the motives of scientists and their political supporters. Once this kind of cynicism takes hold, is there any hope for the truth? By David Runciman
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