| Feb 3, 2008
The Bush administration is nearing a decision that would officially acknowledge the environmental damage of global warming, and name its first potential victim: the polar bear.
The Interior Department may act as soon as this week on its year-old proposal...
| Sep 26, 2007
A green-living advocate since she was a child, Karen Luby tries hard to minimize her carbon footprint.
The 24-year-old uses compact fluorescent lightbulbs in her Lakeview apartment, rejects air conditioning and turns off her power strips to save energy....
| May 27, 2007
Not so long ago corporate America dismissed environmentally conscious consumers as hemp-wearing hippies with too little buying power to demand much attention.
Now big brands are discovering it pays to go green. In the past six weeks alone Apple Inc....
| Feb 26, 2007
Presidential candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama may have spent last week in a contentious battle for Hollywood's attention, but on Sunday it was clear that the entertainment industry only had eyes for one politician: Al Gore.
| Jan 14, 2007
Here's a short list of things I do to avoid writing: do the dishes; do laundry; do the Internet (Playbill.com, the Drudge Report); read the paper; install shelves; help my kids with their homework; follow the Red Sox; go to the gym; listen to podcasts ("...
| Nov 19, 2006
Aftermath I: Forget Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Daniel Craig, Leonardo DiCaprio and even Borat. Winner of the hottest male presence this year in a film is none other than former Vice President Al Gore
In "An Inconvenient Truth," his documentary on global...
| May 24, 2006
Critics have labeled Al Gore and his decades-long crusade to curb global warming as "alarmist." But if you've been warning people that the sky is falling for more than 20 years and it really is falling (or at least heating up), don't you have an...
| May 21, 2006
| 2:14 PM
Former Vice President Al Gore, who arrived here for the Cannes International Film Festival promoting his new documentary on global warming called "An Inconvenient Truth," was asked at a press conference Saturday how he should be addressed.
| May 14, 2006
WHEN Al Gore lost the presidency in a disputed election, it hurt — more than he ever was willing to show, more perhaps than he could show. He told his friends and supporters that it was "liberating" to be out of politics. Privately, he expressed his...