But one study said revenue-neutral carbon tax could be a ‘cure worse than the disease’
President’s meetings, State of the Union, primarily credits administration rather than the private sector
Empty ‘green jobs’ rhetoric hurts existing private sector energy employment
Now that the BP well has been capped and a permanent solution to the leak is on the way, the president should re-evaluate his hasty and politically motivated decision to issue a deepwater drilling moratorium.
IER New Study: Kerry-Lieberman to Destroy Up to 5.1 Million Jobs, Cost Families $1,042 per Year, Wealthiest Americans to Benefit - IER
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham may no longer claim allegiance to the climate bill currently being debated in the Senate, but according to a new independent analysis released this week, the cap-and-trade proposal being advanced by Sens. Kerry and Lieberman does no better by the American consumer than previous iterations of the bill that bore his name
The goal of converting to an energy plan relying heavily on renewable sources is noble, but comes with a hefty price tag. With so many clean resources available—including nuclear power and natural gas—we shouldn’t force states to generate power from particular sources mandated by the federal government
As you go about your day this Earth Day, reflect on the many ways that affordable energy has improved your life
High stakes, tall-odds, last-second heaves and long-shot upsets—to some, March Madness represents one of the most exciting events on the calendar, and among the most heavily wagered on as well. But who’s talking about basketball? On Capitol Hill, more than a dozen competing energy and environmental proposals are in the process of making their final case to the committee, and gearing up for a furious race to the finish in 2010
With an ailing economy, nearly double-digit unemployment and a sense among Washington lawmakers that something, anything, must be done to “create” jobs, politicians of both political stripes have turned to “green” jobs as the panacea to cure all ills.