There is no shortage of billionaires -- the Koch brothers, Carl Icahn, Dan Loeb and, yes, Mike Bloomberg, to name a handful -- who are willing to use their vast wealth to push a particular political agenda or to advocate for a specific social reform. That’s hardly a revelation.
Environmentalists opposed to TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline encircled the White House, urging President Barack Obama to reject the project even if it means overruling his own State Department.
InsideClimateNews.org (Bonn, Germany) — On the afternoon of April 29, 1986, West Germany's Interior Minister Friedrich Zimmermann walked out of a meeting with the Commission on Radiological Protection and spoke to a TV reporter.
InsideClimateNews.org -- Aside from Mitt Romney's recent jab at Barack Obama's concern over global warming—and the president's tit-for-tat response —climate change has been largely under the radar in the campaign.
It's time once again to try and summarize the last 12 months in a handy list. But before I dive in, some quick thoughts.It was an odd year for green business, and it began with some mixed signals about how far companies were coming on sustainability. A
The U.S. State Department’s inspector general said the agency’s selection of a contractor to write an environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline didn’t violate federal conflict of interest rules, a finding that removes another hurdle for the long-delayed project.