Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan, who notably reversed his stance on regulating carbon emissions in his fight for chair of the House energy committee earlier this year, has received an award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
A roundup of reactions to Obama’s energy speech today.
The Daily Show reminded us last summer that we’ve heard this “get off of foreign oil” thing once or twice before.
In a column today in the Kalamazoo Gazette, Rep. Fred Upton repeats several oft-debunked falsehoods about EPA greenhouse gas regulation.
Muscatine, Iowa, has the worst air quality in the state, and is again under EPA scrutiny after years of maintaining allowable air pollution levels. But plans to clean up emissions won’t be adopted for several years, leaving residents in a haze of regulation and red tape.
It’s probably a safe bet that jokes about nuclear meltdowns and radiation poisoning aren’t going to go over too well right now.
A new survey finds Americans are more likely to attribute increasing severity of natural disasters to climate change, rather than a wrathful God.
Ever notice how a major environmental disaster never seems to be “the right time” to talk about preventing environmental disasters?
Can you guess which state was the first to put up a wind turbine at both the governor’s mansion and the state capitol?
An elegant little video illustrating how dependent we are on coal for electricity.