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Is There a Clean Energy Standard in Our Future?

Bill Chameides | Posted 06.10.2013 | Green
Bill Chameides

Americans are behind Obama, in the sense that they support the president's concept of a national clean energy standard. But they're also behind, in the sense that the voting public is unwilling to go as far as the president wants to go because of costs.

A Golden Opportunity to Please Conservatives and Liberals Alike

Robert Stavins | Posted 09.26.2011 | Green
Robert Stavins

Market-based approaches to environmental protection should be lauded, not condemned, by political leaders, no matter what their party affiliation. Otherwise, there will be severe and perverse long-term consequences for the economy.

Forward or Backward on Global Warming?

David Doniger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
David Doniger

The last decade was the hottest decade on record. The last 12 months were the hottest year on record. We need to start solving global warming, and stop pretending it doesn't exist.

As the Climate Turns

Bill Chameides | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Bill Chameides

Crossposted with www.thegreengrok.com.The ups and downs of the climate debate strain credulity. Senate Does Not Approve of Disapproving The Senate has...

Dan Froomkin

Justice Stevens, Last Of His Line

HuffingtonPost.com | Dan Froomkin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Justice John Paul Stevens's departure from the Supreme Court represents the end of an era. Just not the one you are probably thinking of. Stevens's u...

EPA's Jackson Is Moving Fast to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Ann Carlson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Ann Carlson

Today's newly proposed rule is one step toward what is likely to be much more extensive regulations aimed not just at new businesses that emit large amounts of greenhouse gases but also at existing ones.

What's The Matter With Kansas? The Fight Against Big Coal Hits the State Legislature, with National Repercussions.

Simran Sethi | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Simran Sethi

If built, the plants in Holcomb, Kansas will belch out about 11 million tons of carbon dioxide a year, to become the largest new source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States.

Rod Bremby: Moving Towards a Renewable Future, Despite Big Coal's Backlash

Simran Sethi | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Simran Sethi

Roderick Bremby, Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, is a force of nature. He stood up to big coal interests in Kansas and, quite simply, said "no."