The battle has just begun, and the Clean Power Plan is not going to solve climate change.
According to recent polling, Latinos are more concerned about climate change and the quality of our...
Some regulations may actually induce more health loss than health gains.
The case casts a shadow over the scope of agency deference.
OPINION: There is a huge divide on the environment, but demographics favor the Democrats.
The Supreme Court got it wrong in Michigan v. EPA.
Despite what some are saying, fallout from the Supreme Court decision will likely be minimal.
The EPA just finalized one of the biggest land grabs in American history.
Gone are the days when Congress had the political courage to face environmental challenges.
When Congress wants more data but doesn't fund collection, agencies turn to the public.
The regulatory process was supposed to be an efficient way to make policy. What happened?
The run-up to 2016 is the time to develop policies consistent with conservative ideology.
His administration will finalize sweeping new regulations on power plants on Monday.
There is simply no path forward to deploying the technology it envisions in its rule.
Recently, the conversation has shifted from scientific grounds to morality and ethics.
Politicians and clever spin-masters cannot hold a candle to real transformative technology.
Once the Clean Power Plan is approved, states will need a way to determine optimal strategies.
A seemingly arcane accounting question has wide implications.
The way he reached the decision may enable the curbing of regulation in other areas.
Nuclear power plants have been reinvented to meet today's need for clean electricity.
Carbon dioxide capture is feasible for more plants than the EPA has determined it to be.
To address the leading issues of our time, we must grow our nuclear energy capabilities.
The Wasteful EPA Programs Elimination Act takes on some specific and serious problems.
There is no better generator of electricity and jobs than U.S. nuclear energy.