America is no stranger to government subsidies.
Energy & Environment
Spent nuclear fuel remains an untapped resource.
The expectations that EPA places on renewable energy sources are unrealistic.
Promoting fossil fuel development in the same region Obama’s using as an example of climate chaos is nothing less than hypocritical.
While other problems exist with the president’s overall Arctic energy approach, hypocrisy is not one of them.
Today’s emerging energy paradigm is decidedly moving toward low carbon resources.
This week, President Obama became the first sitting president to visit the American Arctic.
The devastating impacts of climate change are real, and the need for economic development just as real.
States that adopt a carbon tax can demonstrate the policy’s viability and inform both federal and international efforts.
EPA and NRDC agreed that the carbon-emission requirements would have to be sold on public health grounds.