Two prominent features of our time—global competition and climate change—are on a collision course that seems destined to end in disaster.
Energy & Environment
Vitter tries to vilify as “collusion” any effort to persuade EPA to abide by the law.
We hope to bring the major parties together in a productive debate about solving climate change.
The work being done by the military to educate future leaders on key energy, economic, and environmental policy issues is vitally important.
Recently, states, landowners and individuals have taken steps to help species that aren’t yet facing extinction, but soon could be.
Lifting the crude export ban would tilt global markets, benefit the American consumer and bolster the US economy.
Obama has acted in our economic and ecological best interest.
The dream of a revived manufacturing sector collides with the reality of resource dependence.
Promoting massive Tongass timber sales under the guise of job creation is a bogus argument.
We cannot take electricity for granted and just assume that it will always be there when you flip the switch.