The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History received a $15 million donation from David Koch — and one of its exhibits omits human-caused climate change, says the museum's former president.
The company spearheading the project has closed its offices but the big-money behind it remains entrenched in Wisconsin — and beyond.
Astrophysicist Wei-Hock “Willie” Soon received $1.2 million in funding from oil companies, utilities, and a Koch-brothers foundation in exchange for authoring scientific papers that argued increased solar activity explained global warming.
How America's favorite dark money billionaires came to control the nation's political future.
Celebrities, activists, and even Bill Nye the Science Guy are calling out the Canadian government for being in the pocket of the oil industry.
The American Energy Alliance posted a cartoon on its website that shows Uncle Sam being crushed by a thick tome titled 'EPA Torture Report Volume IV."
US companies join the list of firms involved in the Luxleaks scandal, a series of lucrative deals between major firms and the Luxembourg tax authorities.
Conventional wisdom in politics has long said talking about the environment and climate change was a recipe for defeat, but Michigan US Senate candidate Gary Peters might represent a new green vanguard.
Incumbent Jeanne Shaheen is locked in a statistical tie with challenger Scott Brown and environmental groups think Scott's views on climate change might drive people to the polls.
The Koch Brothers are among those trying to oust Senator Kay Hagan. But green groups are pouring millions of dollars into the race, highlighting her challenger's ties to polluters and his denial of climate change.
VICE News is in Colorado, a political and environmental microcosm of the US, and where the vital midterm vote might decide who wins the Senate.
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