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 31, 2012
Whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination hopes to have a shot in Florida in the general election, there are some key energy and climate issues that all Floridians really do care about — whether any of the GOP hopefuls acknowledges them or not.
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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.
Category: Climate Change, Politics | Tags: 2012 elections, carbon tax, climate, Climate Change, climategate, environmental policy, global warming, gop, hoax, Michelle Bachmann, mitt romney, newt gingrich, republican party, Republicans, rick perry, Rick Santorum, sarah palin | 20
Gingrich to CPAC: ‘Not about tearing down, destroying or eliminating EPA, just replacing it’ (Video)
By Timothy Hurst on February 10, 2011
Question to Newt: To replace the EPA wouldn’t it, by definition, have to be torn down, destroyed and eliminated?