Across California and the nation, climate change and development pose ongoing risks to our forests, parks and public lands.
Energy & Environment
Global oil markets have found an unexpected cushion – the U.S. shale revolution.
The commission has made an unprecedented effort to federalize the nation’s electricity grid.
The importance of the ocean on people’s livelihoods is experienced first-hand by the 39 percent of U.S. inhabitants who live along the coasts and generate nearly half of the national GDP.
The Farm Bureau lobbyists do not speak for a large chunk of ranchers, farmers and rural Americans.
Access to vast natural gas reserves newly recoverable from shale gives United States suppliers a huge competitive advantage.
The new rule leaves the door open to interpret my farm’s grass waterways as jurisdictional, meaning any alterations to my land could trigger new permitting requirements, enforcement actions, and even lawsuits from environmentalists.
Politicians who profess skepticism or feign ignorance on the science of climate change find it hard to maintain credibility.
The U.S. needs to catch up with Europe and Asia in harnessing not only the energy of offshore wind power, but also the jobs that can drive our economy.
The Master Limited Partnerships Parity Act can benefit the environment, promote American jobs, and foster diversity in our energy sources.