Back in the day, as governor of Massachusetts, Romney proposed greenhouse-gas cuts, government investment in cleantech companies, better auto fuel economy, and lots of other good stuff.
This is perhaps the worst proposed deal in recent Capitol Hill history.
Chicago will no longer be the only major U.S. city with two coal plants operating within its borders, and that means vast improvements in the health of local residents.
With clearance from the Department of the Interior to proceed, Shell will shortly start digging underwater holes in the Earth.
In the final speech of the party’s convention, the Republican candidate mocks President Obama’s pledge to deal with climate change.
Detailed maps of the best places for solar, wind, and geothermal are basically guaranteed to make you rich.
The president set a goal of 40 gigawatts of combined heat and power (which we explain) in industrial facilities by 2020.
Mr. Gristmill scoffs, kicks sand in his face.
And waiting in the wings — Leslie, the second-earliest “L” storm in history.