Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is wasting no time going after ALEC, the Koch brothers, Cliven Bundy, and Ammon Bundy all at once.
Author: Tina Casey
Tech giant Intel has staked out a leadership position on climate change, but last week the company also reaffirmed its commitment to two climate-denying groups.
Last year major U.S. corporations snapped up 3 gigawatts in clean-energy buys, and this year they’re roaring back in force with a 60 GW pledge.
Residence behind bars can’t stop Ammon Bundy. From his cell, he continues to advocate for decontrol of federal lands and promote the Koch brothers’ “states rights” lobbying network.
On the heels of the Flint water crisis, former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlined a realistic plan for reducing lead hazards nationwide.
A major $90 million sustainable food supply initiative will set up collaborative efforts to transform the production of top commodities such as beef, soy, tuna and shrimp.
The Energy Department has stepped in to authorize the construction of a new wind energy transmission line, leaping over state-level opposition. But some property owners and other stakeholders are gearing up for a fight that could involve eminent domain takings.
The so-called peaceful Bundy “cowboy campers” have a voice in Washington, D.C. to advance their push for privatizing federal parks and other public land.