Energy Policy

Trial and tribulation

Climate activist Tim DeChristopher talks about his guilty verdict

Photo: (C) 2011 Daphne HougardDearest readers, I had the good fortune of sitting down to chat by phone with climate activist Tim DeChristopher the other …

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Watch Jon Stewart give Rand Paul a logic spanking on environmental regulations

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul went on Jon Stewart’s show armed with talking points about environmental regulations. Bad move, Rand. Watch (starting around 1:50) as Jon …

the message isn't getting drilled into people yet?

Oil prices soar in spite of sharp increase in U.S. production under Obama

U.S. oil production last year rose to its highest level in almost a decade … As a result, analysts believe the U.S. was the largest …

Then we came to the end

James Howard Kunstler: The old American dream is a nightmare

Photo: Charlie SamuelsThe Great Depression gave rise to hobos and Hoovervilles. The Roaring Nineties brought us what New York Times columnist David Brooks termed “bobos …

time to fire drills

More drilling won’t help

We have a problem we can’t drill our way out of.Photo: arbyreedCross-posted from the Center for American Progress. Unrest in Libya and Egypt is driving …

plan on it

How does China’s 12th Five-Year Plan address energy and the environment?

China’s got ambition.Cross-posted from the World Resources Institute. The post was written by Deborah Seligsohn, WRI’s principal advisor on climate and energy in Beijing, and …

so long and thanks for all the asthma

Pacific Northwest sends coal a Dear John letter

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I have just one word for you: China

Why climate change is now irrelevant to clean energy

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Got 99 Problems but jobs ain't one

Unemployment down; now we get to care about the environment again

The department of labor’s February jobs report is out, and unemployment dropped 1 percent in just three months, to 8.9 percent. It’s the biggest drop …

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