Ralph Hall.Photo: vexroboticsCross-posted from ThinkProgress Green. Rep. Ralph Hall (R-Texas), the science-denying chairman of the House science committee, says a federal clean energy standard would be an “expensive new electricity tax on the American people,” based on a study he …
Photo: NASACross-posted from ThinkProgress Green. Jane Lubchenco, a top marine ecologist and senior Obama administration official, is concerned that opening the Arctic to oil and gas development brings unknown risks to human civilization. In an exclusive interview with ThinkProgress Green, …
Republicans are using Solyndra as an excuse to dismiss clean energy manufacturing in the U.S. Obama doesn’t give up so easily.
An analysis compares the “gross external damages” of six major pollutants with their value added to the economy, and coal comes out the biggest loser.
State Department public hearings on federal approval for the proposed Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline are being run by a contractor for TransCanada.
At a hearing in Congress today, GOP representatives used Solyndra’s collapse to declare that government investment in clean energy is a bad idea.
The New Jersey governor believes that human-made climate change exists, but is blocking his state’s participation in a regional climate program.
It’s just a bad year for the crops, the Texas governor assures farmers. What will he tell them in 2050, when his whole state could be a barren desert?
At an Iowa campaign stop, Rick Perry told voters that he’s not aware of any instances when fracking contaminated groundwater.