By Erin Craig Like a frog in slowly heated water, we don’t tend to notice momentous changes happening right around us if they’re happening slowly enough. One such change, a big, momentous, but oh-so-slow change, made itself visible just briefly last month and it’s...
The Sequester automatically went into effect on March 1. Hopefully you’ve done your fair share of reading on the topic, and you understand how we got ourselves into this pickle. $85 billion will be cut from the federal budget by the end of the year, and a blunt...
Climate change was a central topic in Obama’s inauguration speech in January. We hope that this means that more will be done in the fight against climate change, but politicians have failed to live up to their promises before. Can we expect to see the decreased fossil...
US-based airlines begin to levy fees to comply with regulations under EU emissions trading scheme.
Incentives for commuters set to expire at end of year.
The fracking debate and the issue of states’ rights.
California Air Resources Board to adopt greenhouse gas regulation on Oct 20, 2011.
The 1603 Program creates jobs, stimulates private investment, contributes to a cleaner environment and enhances national security by producing renewable energy in the U.S.
The London 2012 Organizing Committee drops the ball on carbon offsets.