A new paper argues that it's now possible to bring power to those who lack it in a way that reduces climate pollution.
Quit with the linguistic navel-gazing. What actually counts is power. (As explained in a dozen tweets.)
Political reporters still treat climate denialism as though it's a normal campaign position. What's the alternative?
Not even behavioral change to reduce energy use.
Tribe, a long-time Obama advisor and liberal in good standing, is taking Peabody Coal money to testify against the EPA's power plant regulations. And his arguments suck.
Electric utilities are facing increased competition at both the wholesale and retail levels, so they're turning to Big Government for help.
The president has given up on working with intransigent Republicans. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is talking about "a nice warm purple space.”
Rep. David McKinley is pushing legislation that would prohibit the EPA from even considering landmark climate reports when it’s working on climate pollution.
PR maestro Richard Berman serves the interests of the wealthy, but he’s just one cog in a machine. The attack on Obama's power-plant rules illustrates how.
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