So much for the argument that only climate change can justify investment in clean energy. The case for expanding these investments for economic competitiveness, national security, and public health reasons is stronger than ever before.
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Both Clinton's health-care reform experience and today's cap-and-trade defeat contain lessons for the next energy reform effort.
An overemphasis on breakthrough inventions can obscure the fact that most of the energy technologies we need already exist. Developing a clean-energy economy is not about gadgets, but new policies.
The clean energy race represents one of the greatest opportunities and challenges for American leadership in a generation, and it demands a similar national mobilization.
A major report released last week by the National Science Board concludes that U.S. global leadership in science and technology is declining as foreig...
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