Despite using open science ideas and language, two bills fall short of the movement's intent.
Energy & Environment
Politics still trumps good economics.
Discarding it would prop prices up and dull the incentive to innovate.
This is not an isolated incident in a country that champions the right to free speech.
Republican support for renewables is not deep across the party's spectrum, but it does exist.
Just look at India, which aims to become the "renewable energy capital of the world."
The EPA's proposed regulations will lead to skyrocketing energy costs.
All sides have sent politically potent signals that will be relevant in the months ahead.
The government wants taxpayers to sustain an industry that can't sustain itself.
How can we help address the weather woes other than dress in more layers or stay under warm covers?