New policies threaten to undermine grid reliability and to make electricity less affordable for all Americans.
Energy & Environment
To avoid the most severe impacts of climate change, we must drastically cut fossil fuel consumption and replace that energy with renewable alternatives.
We ought to base our opinions and public policy regarding hydraulic fracturing on the best-available science.
Solar energy should not be subsidized by minority and low-income populations.
Outdoor recreation based on access to wild places is big business, worth up to $646 billion a year to the U.S. economy.
For the first time in a century, utilities face competition from energy users producing their own clean energy.
Hampered by attacks on almost any effort to get information to the public and to oversee chemicals out in the marketplace, the federal government fails to protect us.
Our aging electric grid needs a major renovation to deliver electricity reliably into the next century,
Little known outside of Hawai‘i and the Pacific, this is the National Tropical Botanical Garden’s 50th year since receiving our Congressional Charter in 1964.
This science-rejecting mindset has harrowing implications beyond Keystone XL.