Energy & Environment

The path forward from the Nuclear Security Summit

As national leaders completed their fourth Nuclear Security Summit, we can reflect on what has been accomplished. Three previous meetings have produced a new level of cooperation between nations to account for and control the circulation of...

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In the energy world, renewables have already arrived

Many of us enjoy a good social media-inspired “Throw Back Thursday,” a time to revisit amusing photos or memories of a past age when we were young and naïve, so to speak. Not many of us take it quite as literally, however, as the Koch-backed...

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Market forces choose wind power

As a staunch believer in free markets, I don’t pick winners and losers- I let the market do that for me. And right now, the free market is telling me wind power is a big part of America’s energy future.
 
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Solution needed: Rail congestion is stifling economic growth

Accelerating economic growth across the United States is dependent on the ability of our rail system to meet both current and future shipping demands. As our nation’s economy has grown in recent years, our rail system must strive to keep pace....

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Lead, America’s unfinished business

The recent Congressional hearing on the crisis in Flint, Michigan made headlines for the scathing partisanship but it was also substantive and illuminating. Days later, a report commissioned by Michigan’s Governor, Rick Snyder, laid the majority...

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