Energy is at the heart of the ongoing crisis.
Energy & Environment
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.
The idea is to help communities “develop data-driven planning and resilience tools for local communities.”
China states three main goals in its energy policy: security, efficiency, and environmental protection, with energy security being the top priority.
If natural gas is used to replace coal in Chinese power generation, the resulting reduction in greenhouse gas emissions would dwarf any other technologically feasible step that any single country could take.
Obama is using environmental regulation to roll back the use of coal in the U.S. when he knows very well that the U.S. cannot fight climate change alone.
Secretary of State John Kerry needs to talk with U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. Better yet, he should come see the South Carolina coast firsthand.
Last year, Jewell toured Bulls Island and witnessed how only a 1-foot rise in sea...
Decisions made in haste, without all of the facts, can have unintended consequences adversely affecting grid security and reliability.
When given the opportunity to show leadership on expediting LNG exports, the White House deflected.