Anti-Nuclear, Anti-Hydro Activists Thwart India’s Carbon Reduction Pledge

India’s citizens and policymakers cannot be trusted to choose their own energy sources, according

17 Congressional Republicans Call for CO2 Reductions, How This May Split the Left

Seventeen Republican congressmen have signed a letter calling for “economically viable” reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.

U.S. Emissions Declined in 2016, Global Emissions Flat: IEA Credits Natural Gas

U.S. carbon dioxide emissions declined by 3% last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA)

Trend in Chinese Renewable Power Offers Guidance to U.S.

Renewable energy supporters are praising China for adding a tremendous amount of renewable energy

Trump’s Energy Policy: 10 Big Changes

President-elect Donald Trump intends to hit the ground running on energy and environment policy.

Dear Ivanka: Al Gore Doesn’t Have Climate Solutions, Republicans Do

News reports indicate Ivanka Trump, daughter of the President-Elect, seeks to make global warming

Existing Dams Could Provide Clean, Affordable Power

America is wasting clean, affordable energy resources in the form of existing small and

Checkmating the Left on Global Warming

Liberal politicians like Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and John Kerry tell us

How Conservatives Can Win the Global Warming Policy Debate

Conservatives have a golden opportunity to show political leadership and checkmate the left on

Full-Spectrum Analysis Challenges ‘Green’ Energy

An ongoing challenge for government policymakers is assessing and assigning appropriate value to the

Energy Policy, the Make or Break for Nevada’s Economy

Energy policy is arguably the most important factor affecting the strength of Nevada’s economy.

Global Warming Debate Reveals Common Ground Energy Policy

A mock trial last week involving some of the most prominent scientists in the