In President Obama’s opening remarks to the UN Climate Summit this week, he spoke of his firsthand experience with climate...
Energy & Environment
No industry in the United States or around the world is more vulnerable to a changing climate than agriculture.
The PTC and ITC have been repeatedly acknowledged as invaluable to the American economy.
Republicans are confounded by the broad, ongoing public support for the Endangered Species Act.
The current PTC program costs the American taxpayer.
Our past leaders were forced to cede our lands, sometimes under threat of death, in exchange for our tribes’ guaranteed rights.
Doom, not opportunities, dominates the dialogue, which is a disservice to progress.
We need standards that evolve with the consumer and our national energy landscape.
Sixty-five percent of the drinking water in the U.S. comes from rivers and streams.
Our U.S. wildlife is in perilous decline.