As a conservative Republican and a veteran, this partisanship about our natural and cultural heritage baffles me.
Energy & Environment
President Obama recently signed a controversial bill that will directly affect the safety of millions of Americans. The fine print is so complicated, though, that it’s hard to predict exactly how our safety will be affected.
We can expect to see greater competition for water between public and private sector interests.
Unfortunately, the Obama administration has been reluctant to clear away governmental impediments to further natural gas development.
The bi-partisan energy bill from Sens. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio) would truly indoctrinate energy efficiency into U.S. policy.
Thanks to innovative technology that allows us to safely produce this vast domestic resource, we are cleaning our air, strengthening our economy and enhancing our energy security.
The International Energy Agency forecasts we will surpass Russia as the world’s leading natural gas producer by 2015.
Energy is at the heart of the ongoing crisis.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rankled legislators and business groups this month when it announced it might block development of a gold and copper mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay—a project that would have produced 1,000 direct jobs....
Water, our shared symbol, is a daily and deadly reality for approximately 800 million people who live without access to safe water and 2.5 billion people live without basic sanitation.