Stories by Carl Pope

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Posted on: Jul 30, 2014, Source: EcoWatch

Ignore the political theater, there's a real pressing need for cleaner power in the U.S.

Posted on: May 4, 2010, Source: AlterNet

Prevention, not rapid response, is the key. It's time to start phasing out offshore oil production now, as a first step to making America genuinely independent of oil.

Posted on: Sep 25, 2009, Source: Huffington Post

For 30 years clean water has been the public's number one environmental priority, but we still don't seem able to act to protect those vital supplies.

Posted on: Dec 5, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

The Bush administration is exiting with three major regulatory assaults on our nation's waterways. Can this damage be quickly undone?

Posted on: Oct 24, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

Her campaign was born because of her defiance of the Clean Water Act.

Posted on: Sep 25, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

Even though the pollutant perchlorate has been found to cause health risks, EPA doesn't mind that its in your drinking water.

Posted on: Sep 8, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

Three years after Katrina and a week since Gustav, we are in need of a sobering reminder of some basic truths.

Posted on: Jun 9, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

America's oil policies have meant economic suicide for Detroit.

Posted on: May 5, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

Kansans take a stand against Big Coal, and win.

Posted on: Feb 12, 2008, Source: Sierra Club

Not only did McCain not vote for clean energy, but his staff lied about it.

Posted on: May 29, 2007, Source: Huffington Post

One hundred years after her birth and decades since her death, there is a cottage industry on the reactionary right to blame Carson for almost all of the world's ills.

Posted on: Apr 26, 2004, Source: The Nation

Ten simple steps the U.S. can take to rejoin the 'coalition of the environmentally willing' and transform the nation.

Posted on: Mar 20, 2002, Source:

Caving into an all-out lobbying campaign by the auto industry, the Senate terminated an important bill which would have reduced our dependence on oil.