Wind and solar have combined with natural gas to produce virtually all the nation’s major new electrical capacity; coal and nuclear are economically less competitive.
To ignore Earth Day "is to surrender to an ideology that has turned mere environmental indifference into a moral nihilism."
The American people have rejected Donald Trump's rejection of science and global warming. And they have done it in overwhelming numbers.
It is time for all Americans to look and weep and try to explain to their children why they weren't with her when it mattered.
If ever the deck was stacked against science and the environment, it was Donald Trump’s cabinet.
The world continues to suffer the consequences of climate change and the United States has a president who's too busy tweeting to care.
"It's in the U.S. Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, to promote the progress of science and useful arts."
"Here's a crazy idea: If we're going to take up the challenge to overhaul a planet, let's do this one."
It appears that although Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection, only Republicans are capable of using the day to perpetuate their anti-environment agenda in service to the Koch brothers.
As the nation commemorates Earth Day 2015 this week with a variety of observances, activities and awareness campaigns, it's the perfect time to renew calls for bipartisan cooperation to address climate change.
President Barack Obama plans to visit the Florida Everglades on Wednesday to highlight the urgency of tackling climate change.
On this Earth Day, President Obama and Bill Nye The Science Guy are highlighting the value of vulnerable places like the Everglades and announcing new steps to protect the people and places climate change puts at risk.
Today is (Mother) Earth Day, 2014. Treat her with respect.