Podcast
Redeye
Sean Mullen | The Energy Justice Network works with local communities organizing to stop polluting technologies. One of their projects is to track and record all the dirty energy and waste facilities in the U.S.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | A new animated film by Greenpeace urges Facebook to "unfriend" coal and commit to renewable energy.
Blog
Lindsay Beyerstein | Christine O'Donnell is master of her domain. The deeply conservative Tea Party darling won the Republican senate nomination in Delaware last night.
Blog
Sarah Laskow | President Barack Obama is in Louisiana today, and BP is saying it will know in 48 hours if its attempt to "top kill" the leaking oil well in the Gulf Coast has worked
Blog
Sarah Laskow | Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) and Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), though down one man, finally released their stab at climate legislation this week.
Blog
Sarah Laskow | Coal consumption has costs -- this week's explosion at a West Virginia mine, which killed 25, made that clear. Those costs aren't limited to human lives, either.
Blog
Sarah Laskow | Climate legislation is returning to the Senate's docket.
Blog
Sarah Laskow | On Thursday, Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) pulled out a rarely-used Congressional tool in an attempt to keep the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating carbon and other greenhouse gasses.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | The first test of an energy policy for the new age is not "alternative energy" at all -- but rather conservation first, then energy efficiency and decentralization of the power structure.
Columnists
Alice Klein | The tar and Canada's line in the sands have exploded this week in an uncanny combination of hugely high-profile political and economic events on both sides of the border.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Who ever knew that coal could freshen up the air so effectively?
Columnists
Alice Klein | Ontario's new Green Energy Act could take the province to the front of the green energy line, or become window dressing for more old-school centralized nuclear power plans.