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The Many Benefits of Biking to Work

5/20/2011 // By Anne Senft

Explore the many benefits of leaving the car at home and biking to work. Read more >

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Climate Capsule: Congress and Big Oil Battle It Out

5/17/2011 // By Amanda Stone

This week’s stories: Highlight of the Week: Oil Execs Cry “Un-American” Quote: Steve Torbit, Executive Director, National Wildlife Federation’s Rocky Mountain region Economic Story of the Week: Cutting Carbon to Cut Costs Editorial of the Week: Climate Change Denial Becomes […] Read more >

Photo from the Office of Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Oil Execs Continue to Defend Billions in Tax Breaks

5/13/2011 // By Corey Shott

As record high gas prices batter consumers and anger voters, Senators on the Finance Committee hauled Big Oil’s top five executives to the Capitol for a hearing on proposals that might just lead to an end to wasteful taxpayer subsidies […] Read more >

Chevy Volt being charged!

“Fast and the Furious” 5 Reasons to like the Chevy Volt

4/27/2011 // By Jenna Peters

Although Washington, DC is no Rio de Janeiro and my passenger was certainly no Vin Diesel, I was still catching eyes on a recent test drive while cruising down Pennsylvania Ave.  What exactly was under the hood of the new […] Read more >

Cut the Cost of Gas: Buy a Truck?

4/18/2011 // By Zoe Lipman

Fuel efficiency innovation puts money back in every consumer’s pocket. With gas prices still up, March car and truck sales figures showed robust sales of fuel efficient cars and SUVs.   And this time, as we’ve seen gas prices rise, US […] Read more >

Tar Sands Will Cost You at the Pump Says Economist (VIDEO)

3/15/2011 // By Tony Iallonardo

Canadian oil giant TransCanada, which proposes to build a massive, expensive and risky tar sands pipeline must be feeling pretty happy about rising gas prices. Policy makers and the media often accept conventional wisdom that when gas prices rise, we need […] Read more >

$67 a Barrel

8/13/2005 // By Larry Schweiger

The price of oil peaked at a record $67 a barrel yesterday. That’s bad news for all of us. High gas prices hurt American families. But drilling for oil in the Arctic Refuge wouldn’t offer any relief. Why? Because the […] Read more >

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