By The Guardian on November 15, 2012
An edited version of Suzanne Goldenberg’s interview with the former vice-president and climate campaigner, in which he calls for Barack Obama to introduce a carbon tax
By Timothy Hurst on March 10, 2012
Newt Gingrich is in danger of coming off as ignorant of the Republican Party’s history with algae biofuel and the algae-fueled legacy of one of the party’s most revered conservatives.
By Timothy Hurst on January 25, 2011
Besides who is sitting with whom and on which side of the aisle, the three biggest themes of tonight’s State of the Union will likely be jobs, jobs and jobs. And while I’m not expecting the level of focus on clean energy and climate as we’ve seen from President Obama in the past, there will likely be some discussion of energy policy, especially as it pertains to jobs and economic growth.
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By Mridul Chadha on November 9, 2010
President Obama struggled to maintain a neutral stance on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in India as he attempted to protect America’s interests in Pakistan.
By Timothy Hurst on July 2, 2010
What would George W. Bush do if the BP oil spill happened on his watch? Cartoonist Daryl Cagle suggests one possible course of action.