The New York Time's Elisabeth Rosenthal and Dan Frosch today gave a lot of ink in the "Paper of Record" to the State Department's decision to hire Cardno Entrix, an environmental contractor based in Houston, to write a
First Lady Michelle Obama is continuing her campaign to inspire the country's youth to get off the couch and to get active by going for a Guinness World Record for the most people doing jumping jacks in a 24-hour period. On Tuesday,
President Obama, of course, campaigned on a promise to "end the tyranny of oil." The nation needs to hold him to this promise, and one of the most important reasons why is what happened to the Gulf Coast when the
Kyra Sedgwick, star of the detective show "The Closer" and an active supporter of the Natural Resources Defense Council, has produced a video in which she calls on President Obama to reject TransCanada's permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
Last week, Friends of the Earth released emails it received through a Freedom of Information Act request that showed how Paul Elliot, now a TransCanada lobbyist, lobbied for the company before he was a
History is being made right now in Ottawa, Canada as hundreds of people from across North America are risking arrest on Parliament Hill during a mass civil disobedience sit-in to protest tar sands development. The people will come in waves of 20 to