By ProPublica on January 24, 2012
Tracking the evolution of a few of Obama’s promises in the SOTU addresses — and why he’s struggled to keep them.
By Timothy Hurst on August 22, 2011
From Skeptics to Flip-Floppers to Believers, here’s how the Republican candidates for president stack up on climate change.
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By Timothy Hurst on February 4, 2011
The recent cold snap across the Rocky Mountains have many people wondering whether the cold temperatures will have any impact on the mountain pine beetle populations decimating the region’s lodgepole pine forests.
By Timothy Hurst on August 4, 2010
Despite the growing sentiment that a comprehensive climate and energy bill is all but dead in the U.S. Senate, Majority Leader Senator Harry Reid said today that a bigger bill could find its way to the floor after the August break.
By Timothy Hurst on July 30, 2010
Having seen a sudden uptick in television ads decrying new energy taxes, one wonders what an oil industry climate bill would actually look like. So we asked the American Petroleum Institute…