It’s a whole lot safer and environmentally responsible to drill in the U.S. than it is to drill elsewhere.
Energy & Environment
Last year was officially ranked as the warmest year on record.
As an avid hunter and outdoorsman, I’ve been supporting conservation efforts on local, state, and national levels for the past 20 years.
One of the most overlooked places where there is significant room for improvement is the management of our natural resources.
Left unchecked, powerful interests like the oil industry and the chemical industry could endanger vulnerable people and communities.
Coal companies are able to buy the rights to strip-mine taxpayer-owned coal for about a dollar per ton.
We need to help the owners of private and family-owned forestlands that surround our population centers to better prepare them for wildfire.
People across the region are moving forward on a variety of initiatives, but often lack the capital necessary to take them to scale.
Nuclear energy has been an indispensable part of the energy generation mix in the United States for over half a century.
No bump in quarterly earnings for an oil company should ever take precedence over the imperative to tackle the greatest crisis in generations.