By Zack Colman | 02/21/14 05:25 AM
Former Obama administration officials are lining up in support of the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline as a Nebraska court ruling threatens to delay a final decision on the controversial pipeline. The latest to back the Canada-to-Texas project is Marcia McNutt, who led the U.S. Geological Survey...
By Zack Colman | 02/20/14 01:28 PM
Advocacy groups have ramped up pressure on the Obama administration in the past week as the Environmental Protection Agency prepares to finish a standard that would limit the amount of sulfur allowed in gasoline. Environmental, public health groups, automakers and congressional Democrats have...
By Ron Arnold | 02/20/14 12:09 PM
What is all this frantic climate change noise that's suddenly emerging from the deathbed of global warming hysteria?
By Zack Colman | 02/19/14 04:22 PM
A Nebraska court blocked construction of the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline through its state Wednesday, as it ruled the Nebraska law that approved a new route pushed by builder TransCanada Corp. unconstitutional.
By Zack Colman | 02/19/14 02:25 PM
The Energy Department announced Wednesday that it is closing on a multibillion-dollar federal loan guarantee to help finance construction of the first new nuclear reactors in the United States in more than three decades. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said his department will finalize $6.5...
By Ashe Schow | 02/18/14 03:44 PM
Tom Steyer, founder of one of those evil hedge fund companies that liberals hate so much (unless they're backed by Democrats, of course) is planning to spend as much as $100 million in 2014 to attack global warming deniers, the New York Times reports.
By Zack Colman | 02/18/14 12:35 PM
Billionaire former hedge fund manager and climate activist Tom Steyer is planning to drop as much as $100 million to promote environmental positions in the 2014 elections, according to The New York Times. Steyer, a Democrat, has increasingly flexed his political muscle in the past year through...
By Brian Hughes | 02/18/14 12:26 PM
President Obama on Tuesday announced new executive actions to develop higher fuel efficiency standards for medium-and heavy-duty trucks, calling his latest unilateral push a “win-win-win” for jobs, consumers and the environment.
By Ashe Schow | 02/18/14 12:25 PM
Is that headline a little inflammatory? Well, I thought it perfectly suited Secretary of State John Kerry's doomsday talk about how global warming was “perhaps the world's most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.” Kerry, speaking to college students in Jakarta, Indonesia, said that global...
By Mona Charen | 02/18/14 11:38 AM
There are many reasons President Obama's presidency has proven so ineffectual even by its own standards -- boosting economic growth, improving health care, preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction, enhancing America's world reputation. One reason is that Obama is the most...
By Susan Crabtree | 02/18/14 05:44 AM
President Obama will again bypass Congress and take executive actions to promote his agenda on Tuesday -- this time by ordering the federal government to develop the next round of greenhouse gas standards for medium- and heavy-weight trucks by March 2016.
By Brian Hughes | 02/16/14 10:45 AM
Secretary of State John Kerry ripped into doubters of climate change Sunday, dismissing such people as members of the “Flat Earth Society” who are “simply burying their heads in the sand.” Kerry, who has framed global warming as a centerpiece of his diplomatic agenda, kicked off a tour...
02/15/14 01:31 PM
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Indonesia to discuss climate change and press authorities in Jakarta and throughout Asia to step up efforts to combat it. Kerry is to deliver a speech on the matter here on Sunday, a day after winning an agreement with China...
By Associated Press | 02/15/14 12:51 PM
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Indonesia to discuss climate change and press authorities in Jakarta to step up efforts to combat it.
By Susan Crabtree and Brian Hughes | 02/15/14 11:02 AM
President Obama, during a tour of California's drought-torn agricultural central valley, tied the state's dry spell – one of the worst in recent years – to climate change and said extreme weather patterns are only going to get worse unless the country reduces its carbon emissions. “A...
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