The Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision makes the best of a bad situation caused by Congress.
Easy access to wilderness can drive regional growth that poses an existential threat to that wilderness.
Thermal improvements in historic buildings go a long way to reducing their energy consumption.
Starbucks has generously offered to pay employee’s college tuition but that’s no substitute for Federal support.
Framing climate change in terms of business risk should help motivate private sector action.
Divestment might be a small action to combat climate change, but that doesn’t make it a meaningless one.
Obama isn’t leading the “War on Coal.” The coal companies are.
Federal reluctance to regulate hydraulic fracturing has resulted in a patchwork of inconsistent state regulation.
The Knowledge-Practice divide is a major obstacle to effective progress and the target of our efforts at S&S.
Social media has changed the landscape of reporting around environmental disasters, adding to the available information.