The bad news? A decade later, Deepwater Horizon remains one the worst environmental disasters in human history. The good news? A decade later, oil is dead.
We’re on the right track to solarization. We just need speed up the pace, brighen up this planet, and save our sorry asses.
You bet your Union, Jack.
Together, they’ve built six in America.
Solar panels can be a safer investment than Wall Street.
We’re in the slow-motion throes of an environmental apocalypse whose existential ravages are terrifyingly “irreversible.” Now is not the time to be arguing over solar cash.
The Coup‘s frontman is looking for our nation’s heart and power, as the 2012 general election nears.
While winners ultimately writes histories, what makes a winner often depends on the tenor of the times. And the times they are a-changin’. Again.
If you’re not angry with AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint — America’s four national wireless providers that reportedly control 90 percent of the market — then here’s some ridiculous news to raise your righteous ire.
[Greg Palast, BuzzFlash] For the two weeks before tickle-and-grope charges busted open on him, and before his resignation from Congress, our BBC Television investigations team was hunting for Representative Eric […]
[Greg Palast, Morphizm] In today’s Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Court ruled that corporations should be treated the same as “natural persons”, i.e. humans. […]
From economic misery and political impotence to environmental waste and social catastrophe, American culture is overburdened by nightmares. I wrote an acidic but nevertheless educational rant for AlerNet on how […]
It started with a joke, but quickly went viral everywhere from the South China Sea to the White House.
Let’s be real: Barack Obama can’t change the world on his own.
The ecological impact has been felt in the Niger Delta, which is the oil-producing region. According to the World Wildlife Fund, it is one of the most polluted places on the face of the Earth.
To mangle the cliche, the evil is in the details.