The president is trying to do by regulatory fiat, what he could not achieve legislatively.
Energy & Environment
The Endangered Species Act has often caused significant harm to the very species it is supposed to protect by unnecessarily creating adversaries of landowners harboring these species and pre-empting state conservation efforts.
Too often the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has accommodated industry rather than enforce strict standards.
Colorado’s wind energy portfolio is already lighting the equivalent of over 870,000 homes.
It’s actually thanks to so-called human “tampering” that honeybees pollinate our crops in the first place.
The best idea would have been not to regulate carbon at all.
Across California and the nation, climate change and development pose ongoing risks to our forests, parks and public lands.
Global oil markets have found an unexpected cushion – the U.S. shale revolution.
The commission has made an unprecedented effort to federalize the nation’s electricity grid.
The importance of the ocean on people’s livelihoods is experienced first-hand by the 39 percent of U.S. inhabitants who live along the coasts and generate nearly half of the national GDP.