Despite inaction over the past eight years, the United States still has a chance to reclaim a leading global role in curbing greenhouse gas emissions.
An act of civil disobedience at a coal-fired generator in DC shows the movement to halt global warming is now in its second act.
The underlying vision isn't capitalist or socialist but something humane, local and accountable.
Hyper-individualism has damaged society, the planet and our private lives. We need a politics that calls us to work together.
How grassroots activists in Hawaii threw a wrench into plans for an environmentally hazardous superferry.
America must step up and lead an international campaign to curb emissions. Done properly, it will green the planet and our wallets.
While we are busy addressing the economic meltdown, the worst droughts in history present a new, possibly bigger threat that there's no clear roadmap for fixing.
It felt like a dream a year ago, but a growing coalition of labor unions and environmentalists is putting real muscle into the idea that green jobs will help resolve the economic crisis.
Dr. Peter Gleick, founder and president of the Pacific Institute, weighs in on the severity and urgency of the global water crisis.
The nuclear power industry has dropped a $50 billion bomb into the Senate version of Obama's stimulus package for projects Wall Street wouldn't finance when it was flush.