Seattle is involved in a slow-motion catastrophe, as construction of a new car-centric tunnel grinds to a halt and cost overruns loom.
What kind of electricity projects most often go over budget? Two recent studies dig into the question and find some surprising answers.
The latest on: the Supreme Court and an exciting FERC order; Peabody Energy and a misguided constitutional scholar; and coal export terminals and why we don’t need more.
Peabody Energy, the world's biggest private coal company, is trying to pitch itself as a friend of poor people. Oh, the ironies abound.
I don't do this very often, but I'm going to ask you, my loyal readers, for money.
Climate change is a global injustice that markets won't solve on their own; it will require government intervention and international cooperation.
Climate change isn't just about who's emitting now. It's about who's emitted over the last 150 years -- and the U.S. bears a lot of the blame.
Here's some advice for environmental philanthropists on how to navigate a politically polarized U.S. political system: Choose sides.
It is not in fact true that we're doomed to face a "catastrophic failure of the planet."