In recent days, President Barack Obama and much of the Democratic establishment have doubled down in support of the TPP, especially in light of Donald Trump's measured speech yesterday about his plan to cut taxes and renegotiate America's trade deals.
But it's time to get something straight, this isn't a partisan issue.
As the evidence for runaway climate change keeps on mounting, humans are consuming more resources than they ever have before.
The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration - or NOAA - has come out with its Annual State Of The Climate report - and things don’t look good for Planet Earth.
As the report explains - 2015 was a record-shattering year for the climate in all the worst possible ways.
If you or someone you know needs proof that global climate change is real and is happening before our very eyes, you could go to the "State of the Climate Report" put together by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
According to environmental health experts, Microplastics, the curse of beaches, oceans, waterways and aquatic life everywhere, might also be contaminating the air we breathe.
On Friday, President Barack Obama signed bill S.764 into law, dealing a major blow to the movement to require GMO labeling.
The new law, called the "Deny Americans the Right to Know" (DARK) Act by food safety groups, has at least three key parts in it that undermine Vermont's popular GMO labeling bill and make it nearly impossible for you and me to know what's in our food.
Eight years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the economy is doing much better in many important ways.
We start at Cape Grim in Australia - where an atmospheric measuring station is picking up atmospheric CO2 levels that are on the verge of breaking 400 parts per million for the first time in human history.