To add injury to insult, it has taken Governor Snyder two years to respond to the crises
He may appear to come off as smart, but the only people he’s fooling are his own followers
The heavily supported, most progressive and most needed policy platform since the new deal
A surprising number of Americans would support an unconstitutional overthrowing of the government if it violated the constitution
While trying to clean up the past, the EPA has accidentally jeopardized the future
One of the biggest land based oil spills in North America occurred last week in the heart of Canada's oil country
Yet another Republican who believe's in God's wrath more than Mother Nature and science
Despite the regulations put in place nation wide since the '69 Santa Barbara spill, oil companies continue to pollute with near impunity
After forty-five Earth Days, government action is more necessary than ever
Why are we letting a big corporation take our water and sell it back to us?
The Golden State has suffered through drought before, but this time Californians are going to need more than a prayer or rain dance
The strongest argument against Keystone is a simple stand against more oil from any source
The two domestic news makers of the week should have us concerned for the future
Perhaps the greatest consequence of the Republican victory last week is the damage it will do to our environment
In the spirit of the People's Climate March in New York last week, here are ten climate change statistics that will help keep the conversation going
Why did Canada's Prime Minister visit the United Nations this week? It wasn't for the right reason...
Speaking as an honest Canadian, there are many reasons Americans should reject the Keystone XL Pipeline. Some are rather obvious, but others are not as well known. These are just a few I could think of.
Barack Obama delivered a much advertised speech on climate change on Tuesday, but when the time came you couldn't see or hear him. Instead the media decided to cover the day’s developments in the Trayvon Martin case, the where in the world is Edward Snowden saga and the SCOTUS’s gutting of the Voting Rights act.