Will some conservatives compromise on carbon taxes?
Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré who once led recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina now leads a Green Army.
The Supreme Court recently ruled against the EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, but will that effect the coal industry in light of current trends?
Assessing the implications of the midterm elections on US environmental policy
The Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision makes the best of a bad situation caused by Congress.
Obama isn’t leading the “War on Coal.” The coal companies are.
You should be skeptical of the estimates of how much the new EPA regulations will cost. Here’s why.
Congress is trying to hamstring the ability of the EPA to continue to regulate climate change under the Clean Air Act.