Even with cuts looming, there are feasible policy steps we could take toward clean energy.
The EIA admits its data is limited and doesn’t give a full picture of the subsidies landscape, but released the report anyway.
New fuel efficiency standards, expected to be announced tomorrow, give auto manufacturers a chance to re-negotiate after 2021.
New ‘Climate Pragmatism’ report ignores science, perpetuates right-wing myths, and advocates a “no regrets” approach.
Job postings in sustainability have quadrupled in two years.
Developing countries now lead investment in clean energy — representing about $72 billion in spending in 2010, versus $70 billion in rich countries.
Republican lawmakers want to repeal the Energy Independence and Security Act, which saved consumers money by setting lightbulb efficiency standards.
Solar photovoltaic gets a lot of attention compared to other forms of clean energy, but the attention is deserved.
In Spain, a new Torresol concentrating solar power plant is the first ever to generate electricity for 21 hours.