Energy & Environment

Get the facts straight on the RFS

He states that Congress passed a mandate that refiners blend 36 billion gallons of ethanol into gasoline. That's not a little off or kind of wrong-- it is factually wrong and intellectually dishonest.

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EPA gets real with RFS

Elected officials from both sides of the aisle, along with industry groups ranging from restaurant owners to auto manufacturers, have explained that the RFS mandate is a harmful policy that makes food and fuel more expensive.

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Science says don't mine at Bristol Bay

Drawing on Pebble’s own data, the EPA found that it is extremely unlikely that the mine could operate without degrading water quality downstream, particularly given the perpetual management required to treat and contain the acid mine drainage the waste ore would produce.

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Ditch dirty energy

The greatest failure of the president's approach to dealing with the climate crisis is a self-inflicted wound: the insistence on an "all of the above" energy policy.

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Time out for coal

The Department of Interior must make it a priority to appropriately price coal leases on federally owned land, and suspend all pending and future lease sales until those reforms are in place.

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