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Senate Republicans in denial about global warming blocked a vote Friday on the Climate Security Act, setting the stage for how the next President will address the Earth's most pressing issue.
The debate over the Climate Security Act reveals a lot about how the next Congress--and the next President--will address the most urgent issue facing humanity.
Carl Pope and Van Jones discuss the issues and movements that have informed and inspired their lives and work.
How have the Saudis thanked George W. Bush for protecting their sorry oil well of a country? Just check the price of gas.
Atmospheric CO2 has spiked to 385 parts per million. Roll that back to 350 and we may still live and thrive.
As far as Hillary Clinton is concerned, if you disagree with her gas tax plan, you're an elitist.
The Pentagon has now placed resource competition at the center of its strategic planning.
As Clinton and McCain pander to frustrated voters with tax cuts, the real remedies to rising gas prices go unexplored.
Riding with a caravan that descended on Washington Monday, to call for immediate government action to push down fuel prices.
Despite a slick PR campaign hyping its promise, the nuclear industry isn't going anywhere. It's too costly and won't save us from global warming.