With developing countries poised to be leading frontiers for global growth in carbon dioxide emissions, the need is urgent to set a strong precedent for change.
How Red States will comply with the Clean Power Plan
Will some conservatives compromise on carbon taxes?
Low gas prices may seem great for consumers but the story of $1.99 gas is not so simple.
The gas tax may not be popular but increasing it could be doubly beneficial.
Are Electric Vehicles Really Green?
While it is true that EVs have no exhaust emissions, there remain some key environmental concerns regarding the energy sources used to charge them, as well as the impacts of production.
The coming onslaught of electric cars?
Dominion Power is the latest company to start preparing for a potential onslaught of electric cars on American roadways.
The quiet consensus on fuel efficiency
For decades American automakers strongly resisted tighter fuel efficiency standards, and now they’re quietly supporting major increases. What changed?
Reed Doucette on the Economic Prospects of Electric Cars
Reed Doucette, PhD candidate in Engineering Sciences at the University of Oxford, discusses the current state of the art for electric cars, as well as their economic prospects.