A report from an Ohio lawmakers’ committee left out crucial topics that state law required the group to consider in its review of the state’s renewable energy and energy efficiency laws.
Ohio lawmakers charged with reviewing the costs and benefits of the state’s clean energy standards limited the testimony they received during hearings that were used to justify a two-year “freeze” on those standards.
Researchers at Michigan State University say an environmental mindset among lawmakers can be a "potentially powerful mediating factor" in curbing carbon emissions.
Students in South Dakota will be taught about climate change in public schools subsequent to a unanimous vote by the state's board of education this week.
Michigan Democrats introduced legislation Thursday to double the state’s efficiency and renewable energy standards by 2022.
Andrew Revkin discusses the state of climate politics, and how Michigan fits into the big picture.
In a new video, prominent Michigan Republicans discuss the need for their party to be involved in clean-energy discussions.
Michigan Republicans announced this week that they do not support higher renewable energy targets and that they will seek to eliminate energy efficiency standards from state law.
Larry Ward, executive director of the Michigan Conservative Energy Forum, says he’s always been fascinated by the idea that “somehow Republicans can’t be in line” with renewable energy.
A recent announcement that petcoke shipments to Chicago will end largely just consists of a company saying it will comply with city regulations instituted a year ago.