The California drought is massive, historic and, unbelievably, irrelevant to California’s non-caring politicians.
Energy & Environment
Steele is buying into an emerging and false narrative pushed by big polluters and their allies in Congress.
The public policy environment that props up solar energy has become a bad barrel.
At 25 percent by 2025, the state of Illinois has adopted one of the most ambitious renewable energy mandates in the country.
Overall funding for the DOE is nowhere near what it should be.
The Forest Service has repeatedly cut funding and staff for the very programs that generate the most money and jobs in southeast Alaska.
Since 2013, the rooftop solar industry has grown over 30 percent, prices have dropped 65 percent in five years, and the industry has created over 170,000 U.S. jobs.
States determine their power mix of choice, and if they don't want anything to do with the Clean Power Plan, they can "just say no."
Slick pundits like William O’Keefe are paid to sow doubt in the media on a whole host of issues — from chemicals to tobacco to climate change.
Think low oil prices are here to stay? Think again.