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Court Ruling Could Open Floodgates for More Mountaintop Mining

Earlier this month -- on Friday the 13th -- a federal appeals court in Richmond, VA dealt a devastating blow to the environment by overturning a 2007 lower court decision curtailing mountaintop removal, the world's most destructi

No worker left behind

By now, almost every one of us has heard of green jobs.  It's quickly becoming the national - and global - mantra that carries with it the promise of pulling us out of this downward spiral of economic and environmental degradation.

Transportation For America: Building A Cleaner, More Fuel-Efficient Future

A big-tent coalition of groups running the gamut from the National Association of Realtors to the American Public Health Association to NRDC unveiled a new platform for federal transportation policy today as part of the Transportation for America Campaign.

Climate Change and Clean Energy in the President's New Budget

Today, President Obama’s new budget was officially released.

Red, White, Blue and Green

 When I was a kid in Los Angeles, back when TV stations broadcast in black and white and Howdy Doody was a hit show, the label "Ma

Vehículos limpios para California y el resto de los EE.UU.

En su primera semana como Presidente, Obama hizo más contra el calentamiento global que lo que hizo Bush durante sus 8 años en la presidencia.  La Administración Bush negó la existencia de una crisis climática hasta el 2002 y aun habiéndolo aceptado, obstruyó los intentos de los estados y ambient