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.
Energy & Environment
GE products are reviewed and “approved” through a variety of pre-existing, outdated laws never intended for regulating biotechnology.
The president’s concerns for the planet are based upon flawed and speculative science; and his policy prescription is a recipe for failure.
Washington’s weakening commitment to new clean fuels could render useless the billions of dollars already invested in advanced renewable fuel
The annual State of the Union address helps bring focus to the agenda in Washington, D.C., and last night was no exception. Topics like job creation, economic growth, innovative manufacturing, trade agreements, energy, and environmental policies...
The canal holds the key to the export of U.S. natural gas – and possibly crude oil -- to markets in Asia.
Since 2009, U.S. production of shale gas has tripled, and we are now the world’s largest natural gas producer.
Studies show that nuclear energy is less likely to cause adverse health effects than fossil fuels and biofuels.
This is the beginning of a pivotal year for the U.S. economy. After five years of contraction followed by a fragile recovery, we are now returning to stability and growth. During this period no part of our economy has changed more than...
As our climate warms, flooding along our coastlines and rivers is one of the biggest challenges we face.