Timothy Hurst is the editor at Ecopolitology and Earth & Industry as well as the executive editor of the LiveOAK Media Network. He writes mostly about energy and environmental politics, clean tech, infrastructure and green business. When not reading, writing, or talking about environmental politics to anyone who will listen, Tim likes to ski, hike with his aging lab and get dirty in his Colorado veggie garden. Find Tim on Google+.
By Timothy Hurst on July 14, 2012
“It’s not a matter of opinion, it’s a matter of fact that the globe is warming,” said the Republican statesman.
By Timothy Hurst on May 25, 2012
When polls pit economic issues against environmental issues, the environment always loses. But when polls don’t necessarily pit those issues in direct opposition to each other, a more nuanced reality is uncovered.
By Timothy Hurst on May 9, 2012
A new report by researchers at Yale University and George Mason University found that Americans are not evenly split on the issue, as is often portrayed by the media.
By Timothy Hurst on May 7, 2012
Radical conservatives trumpet new video, polarizing and poisoning the American political discourse with misleading, vitriolic rhetoric.