Mitt Romney finally unveiled his energy plan, and it came so loaded with fossil fuels, we might as well call it the Jurassic Plan.
At this pace, we will fall well behind the competition -- and forfeit lucrative jobs in the process. What does this mean? Americans run the risk of consigning another generation to low-skill, low-wage jobs -- and higher rates of poverty.
Around the world, countries recognize that renewable energy represents one of the biggest economic opportunities for the global economy. There are some in Washington, however, who think we can't compete with other countries, who think that we have already lost the clean energy race.
In the face of crippling drought across the Corn Belt, Congress is considering funding a disaster aid package with cuts to climate friendly conservation programs.
The fact that Congress is reluctant to curb climate change today doesn't mean there's nothing to learn from Washington when it comes to smart energy policy.
Christians are seeing that climate action is part of Christ's lordship in our lives, even in the midst of hardship and opposition.
Money like that gives the chamber real power, but I believe the American Dream is more powerful. I think most voters will see that real jobs, real growth, and real innovation will do more for their communities than the chamber's obstruction.
The most important long-term dynamic in this sector is falling prices. These price declines are good news for consumers. Yet falling prices are putting manufacturers through a period of turmoil in the United States and elsewhere.
Among us Hispanics nothing defines our ties to nature, to the divine creation better than the amor por el terruño, or loosely translated, our love of country, an often spiritual connection with the land that sees us grow, that nurtures us, that gives us life.
The fossil fuel lobby aggressively uses propaganda to block public health protections, manipulate the energy debate, defend their massive government handouts and attack clean energy sources that threaten to displace them.
Realizing a clean, reliable and affordable energy future requires that we look at three factors simultaneously: cost, reliability and environmental impact.
I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for a Congressional resolution marking the end of climate skepticism -- or the beginning of major climate legislation -- any time soon.
With the global clean energy market expected to reach $2.3 trillion by 2020, a strong competitive position is vital for the United States to capture a significant portion of that revenue.
China has become the world's largest producer of solar modules. But did you know that these Chinese manufacturers are using technology breakthroughs developed in the United States?
America's entrepreneurs and innovators are still the very best in the world. Our workers are second to none -- and we have never been afraid of a challenge. It's time to do what we've always done in the face of a tough competitor: roll up our sleeves and recapture the lead.
When it comes to marketing and selling clean energy technologies globally, senior business and environmental leaders recognize that export promotion efforts can help unlock foreign markets and grow businesses and jobs in the United States.