Energy & Environment

Ditch dirty energy

The greatest failure of the president's approach to dealing with the climate crisis is a self-inflicted wound: the insistence on an "all of the above" energy policy.

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Time out for coal

The Department of Interior must make it a priority to appropriately price coal leases on federally owned land, and suspend all pending and future lease sales until those reforms are in place.

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Energy policy will decide the 2014 election cycle

"Soft energy," which includes solar, wind, biofuels, geothermal, and other renewable sources, offers a path that emphasizes energy efficiency as the key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions that are linked to anthropogenic climate change.

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Climate change is a global security threat

Climate change is widely recognized as a “threat-multiplier” - with more frequent and severe weather events destabilizing some of the most dangerous regions of the world, exacerbating existing national security threats, and pushing those states with weak infrastructure and political instability to near constant crisis.

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Our land, our legacy, our responsibility

The land and history we inherit defines us and we have a moral obligation to safeguard these national treasures and preserve this heritage for future generations.

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