Republicans and Democrats recently came together to advance a bill that would encourage ownership of small-scale wind power by farmers. Is it a sign of things to come?
Commentators often think about climate change as an "environmental problem," but it's very different from traditional environmental problems, in two important ways.
The oil industry is eyeing California’s tight oil reserves, and even Gov. Jerry Brown thinks it might make sense to frack them. Here are 10 reasons not to.
Climate change didn't get much attention at the Conservative Political Action Conference, so one journalist asked a few young attendees what they think.
The New York Times hits on an important trend: cities like Boulder, Colo., trying to wrest control of their power systems from privately owned utilities.
The Democratic rep is seeking public feedback as he designs a new climate bill. Herein I offer my two cents.
Advocates of cleantech innovation make important points, but they miss the big picture if they think they're in competition with advocates of deployment.
Should we develop new clean energy technology or deploy the tech we already have? Both, obviously. So why are we still arguing about it?
Here's an infographic that's genuinely informative and helpful.