Articles by Christopher Mims
Christopher Mims's dystopian non-fiction is sought after by an ever-growing roster of publications.
Half of Americans polled by researchers at Yale University are woefully ill-informed about climate change, including the 43 percent that believe, "If we stopped punching holes in the ozone layer with rockets, it would reduce global warming." Plus, China dominates an important clean tech export and new climate change impacts would be perfect for a remake of Day After Tomorrow.
The GOP is the only conservative party in the developed world in which denial of climate science is endemic. Plus, scientists brace for the elections, and electric cars hit a rough patch.
Utilities don't want to pay to meet renewable energy standards, so it's a good thing the Department of Energy is attempting to lead the clean revolution
Read more on the fate of the renewable energy standard, nice Canadians and their not-so-nice tar sands, electric cars, and more.