Developers have added nearly 5,000 megawatts of wind power in the U.S. this year, expected to be as much as 5,000 MW more than next year.
Gasoline prices are falling. Domestic oil production is rising. And the two things have nothing to do with each other. Seriously. We promise.
Natural gas prices have sunk so low that frackers are losing their shirts. The investment bankers are the only ones coming out ahead.
Don't go putting this in the "green" column just yet. Or the "a thing that will happen" column.
One good way to do that, not mentioned: don't extract tar sands.
We surveyed 21 endorsements in major newspapers around the country and found that only two mentioned climate change at all.
But don't worry. We're sure fracking is perfectly safe.
Not busy on Nov. 15? Join industry leaders in an affirmation that America isn't helping fossil fuels enough.
New York Times columnist David Brooks has written an execrable, nonsensical column about cleantech and climate change. Bloggers pounced.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.