Sunscreen makers could profit from warming — and add damage
Climate change, in general, is a bad thing. But for sunscreen manufacturers, there's opportunity in a warmer planet — though maybe not one that's always environmentally friendly.
4 House races featuring clean energy candidates
In their bid to take control of the House, Democrats are running at least four candidates in the midterm elections who share an unusual connection: experience in the clean and renewable energy business.
Liberal running for Colo. governor avoids oil attacks for now
One of the biggest questions hanging over Colorado's race for governor is whether the state's powerful oil and gas industry will try to stop the election of Democrat Jared Polis.
Meet the other Republican who wants a carbon tax
Environmental politics don't often sway elections, but a House race in Pennsylvania could be an exception to the rule.
Curbelo seeks allies for carbon tax, finds just one
When Rep. Carlos Curbelo unveiled a bill Monday to fight climate change through carbon taxes, there was little expectation the measure would become law this year — despite the novelty of it coming from a Republican lawmaker.