One would hope that government resources would be used for essential services and not on controversial new programs.
Energy & Environment
I was startled by the pope’s statement that discouraged the “strategy of buying and selling ‘carbon credits.’”
While 85,000 chemicals have been introduced into commerce in the United States, the EPA has collected comprehensive toxicity information for less than 1,000 chemicals.
It would be a mistake to hollow out the world’s largest non-OPEC supply of strategic stocks.
Miller’s claims about ethanol’s impact on food prices also fail to withstand scrutiny.
At a time of stark political divides, falling prices for renewable power seem to be bringing Americans together.
The EPA estimates that meeting the targets to cut carbon pollution would prevent up to 4,000 premature deaths and 100,000 child asthma attacks within the first year alone.
Buildings represent the largest energy consuming sector in our economy.
Later this summer, EPA is expected to issue its Final Rule for regulating carbon emissions from power plants.
In the last 10 years, American natural gas production has expanded by over 30 percent.