Activists in Boston shape energy policy through new community-labor alliances.
The full extent of the damage from the BP disaster will not be known for years, but if we are to learn anything now, we must confront the question: What are the true costs of our energy needs?
The Senate climate bill has been defeated. But does this open a window for us to rally behind better solutions to global warming?
The BP disaster could be the catalyst for an invigorated environmental movement.
Noam Chomsky and environmentalist Bill McKibben discuss the numbers game the mainstream media is playing with climate change science.
Mother Jones's Mac McClelland reports on BP's disinformation campaign in the Gulf.
BP, Transocean and Halliburton elude blame one after the other when asked about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Katrina vanden Heuvel debates what Obama's reaction to the oil spill and offshore drilling should be.
At Bolivia's climate summit, the prevailing sentiment was rage against helplessness.
Forty years after the first Earth Day, Mark Hertsgaard talks about the environmental movement, the EPA and cap and trade legislation.