Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is throwing a fit that the League of Conservation Voters is including him in an ad campaign because he questions the validity of global climate change.
Republicans are signing on to a new pledge to Charles and David Koch to oppose any legislation relating to climate change unless it is accompanied by an offsetting amount of tax cuts.
Religious groups and Republicans are on a campaign to bring an end to science to advance religion and oil industry profits.
House Republicans have taken another step to relieve President Obama of his constitutional responsibility to approve a permit authorizing construction of Canada's Keystone XL pipeline.
A bipartisan group of Senators decided that the oil industry should makes decisions reserved for the Executive Branch and they introduced a bill giving Congress supremacy over the President.
The long-awaited State Department report on the environmental impact of building the KeystoneXL pipeline was released and its results are a direct effect of spending cuts, and a Republican ploy.
After the president mentioned climate change in his inaugural address, 44 Republicans and 9 Democrats responded by sending a letter to Obama demanding immediate approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Fossil fuel barons need to join the efforts to stem climate change, but their religious beliefs may be an unrecognized barrier to progress.
Science explains superstorms like Hurricane Sandy, but conservatives prefer to see human immorality and a wrathful god
Mitt Romney attacked Obama over jobs Friday in Abingdon, Virginia, but coal jobs are at the highest level in 15 years and unemployment is at its lowest level since 2009.
The choice in this election is between a slow, but gaining, political struggle towards better environmental policy or a return to Industrial Era abuses