Wild places create jobs in outdoor recreation, now a $646 billion industry.
Energy & Environment
Each dollar we invest in energy efficiency is returning less and less in energy savings.
Tar sands-by-rail is a bluff, that unfortunately the State Department staff appear to have fallen for.
Since 2008, oil production in the United States has increased by 70 percent.
Advancements in the scientific understanding of the role of methane as a driver of global warming strongly show the danger of tunnel vision on carbon dioxide.
Two prominent features of our time—global competition and climate change—are on a collision course that seems destined to end in disaster.
Vitter tries to vilify as “collusion” any effort to persuade EPA to abide by the law.
We hope to bring the major parties together in a productive debate about solving climate change.
The work being done by the military to educate future leaders on key energy, economic, and environmental policy issues is vitally important.
Recently, states, landowners and individuals have taken steps to help species that aren’t yet facing extinction, but soon could be.