December 17, 8:30 – 10:00 am 1100 New York Ave, NW Washington DC, 7th Floor West Tower Climate change acts as an accelerant of instability that the United States will have to respond - both big and small.
The use of green energy is growing in America not because it’s a reliable, efficient product that is an improvement over mainstays like coal and natural gas but because meddling politicians like it, and the green industry has really good lobbyists.
City leaders and urban planners now have a suite of new tools to better protect residents from extreme weather events like Typhoon Haiyan and Superstorm Sandy, thanks to three new resources released this month by Ceres, ClimateWise and other ...
It is impossible to have any serious dialogue with the climate scientists who advise our politicians, says Christopher Booker
It is ironic that it is the Labour frontbench leading the charge against what it calls the UK’s “broken energy market”, because practically every controversial aspect of the energy market was the creation of the last Labour governments.
Government’s about-face on €3.6-billion pledged to deal with tariff deficit adds even more uncertainty to sector.
Following is a question by Dr Hon Elizabeth Quat and a reply by the Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, in the Legislative Council today (November 27):
Hydro power and gas in nearby countries have brought about a shift in South Africa's schemes.
Debates on UK energy policy focus almost exclusively on energy generation/production and often neglect even to mention energy saving and energy efficiency. It’s always going to be cheaper to save energy and be efficient than it is to generate it. ...
Sen. Mark Udall Third Way is supposedly a Democratic organization. Conservative Democratic, to be sure, but not actually Republican. But Lee Fang dug into their records and found that one of Third Way's fundraising consultants also does a whole lot ...