‘It’s not about the people; it’s politics. We all feel betrayed’
House Energy and Commerce Republicans expected to grill Chu over Solyndra loan details
Environmentalists hold up clean energy production; say wind and solar plants threaten wildlife
There’s no meat in Obama’s taco.
Environmental groups cheer, labor groups pan U.S.-Chinese energy sector commercial agreements
The senator sees Arizona tragedy as an opportunity to push his environmental agenda.
It turns out that it isn’t easy — or cheap — to be green.
Former Republican Congressman Sherwood Boehlert says that it’s time for the GOP to get with the program on climate change.
Rendell is indefatigable as TV commentator - Philadelphia Inquirer
Why is a 66-year-old lame-duck governor such a popular ‘get’ for TV producers the world over? Easy, say hosts who invite him. He’s smart and entertaining
California’s Global Warming Solutions Act will destroy far more jobs than it will create. This fall, Californians should vote to repeal it.
The green movement is destroying jobs, not creating them.
Obama's green industrial complex - TheDC
Silicon Valley firm Kleiner Perkins and the crony capitalism behind the government’s investments in green businesses
Last December, China refused to sign on to the non-binding Copenhagen greenhouse gas reduction goals and in March 2010 was only willing to agree to reduce its “carbon intensity.” Were China a leader in green energy investment and employment, one would expect its government to exploit this competitive advantage by championing a global climate accord.
The White House has promised nine new electric battery plants to come from $2.4 billion in Recovery Act funds
President Obama keeps trying to make our electric bills skyrocket. Now he’s seized on the BP fiasco as an excuse to do it
The administration’s close ties to BP could explain its lackadaisical approach to cleaning up the Gulf
Green-energy blues - The Economist
As oil continues to spill into the Gulf, investors are beginning to wonder if the renewable energy industry is slowly dying
Green acts vs. greenbacks - FORBES
The sweeping social changes proposed by environmentalists are squarely at odds with the public’s desires for policies that would spur economic growth