NRDC Expert Blog
The EPA chief is destroying the integrity of the agency—and the public is paying the price. It's time for him to go.
If done right, shared modes of transportation can help underserved Angelenos and the environment.
Two articles appearing today in Science Magazine make the risk of bad biofuels clearer than ever.
Five years ago, the only conversations I had about global warming were with other environmentalists. Now I spend most of my time talking about climate change with CEOs from Fortune 500 companies. Increasingly, they realize that confronting global warming presents financial opportunities.
Last week the New York Times caused a flap among fish lovers when it detected alarmingly high levels of mercury in several samples of tuna sushi bought from Manhattan restaurants and sto
I recently read about Michael Pollan’s new book, In Defense of Food--currently the second best-selling hardcover in the nation.
It's a tough time for print media, with unrelenting competitive pressures from proliferating alternatives for getting news and information on television and online.