America's transformation to a clean-energy economy could merge the aims of environmental protection and social justice.
Whether the price of oil is high or low, someone's going to pay--and sooner or later all of us will--because our civilization is based on the stuff.
Obama's environmental agenda can empower working people to take control of their energy use.
They respect science. But will Obama's team show the necessary spine to cut greenhouse gases and resist "clean coal" and nuclear power propaganda?
Celebrated actor, director and environmentalist Robert Redford criticizes recent Bush efforts to open up protected wilderness for drilling.
Now that they've shown their power at the polls, young voters are channeling their energy into a green economy.
Of all the challenges Barack Obama faces, none is more daunting, or more important to our collective future, as energy.
This video gives voice to the thousands of people who make up a grass roots movement to create green jobs in the US.
The United States and the world need to launch a climate rescue plan that's at least as ambitious as the Wall Street bailout.
Wise, compassionate forces from civil society must join green business to change our politics.