energy

There's a reason the energy industry wants that pipeline—the alternatives aren't as cheap or practical as they sound.

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This piece originally appeared on newstatesman.com. Remember the fungus chair?

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In his recent State of the Union address, President Barack Obama praised natural gas as “the bridge fuel that can power our economy with less of the carbon pollution that causes climate change” and vowed to “cut red tape” to help business invest in it. But two studies released this winter bolster long-held fears that the extraction process, hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, presents serious dangers for human health—and in particular, the health of the unborn.

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Calling the fight a civil rights issue was just wrong.

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The executive order can be a beautiful thing. Use it, Mr. President!

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5.3 Billion Reasons Why Companies that Built Coal Plants Now Want to Tear Them Down

Meet the unlikely companies profiting off green opposition to coal

Meet the unlikely companies profiting off green opposition to coal

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Around the world, energy subsidies are an environmental no-brainer and a political-no winner. But that is going to change.

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A group of Michigan Republicans is pushing the state toward reliance on renewable energy sources, and away from coal. The Michigan Conservative Energy Forum, which is headed by the former political director of the state’s Republican Party, Larry Ward, is the latest piece of evidence that Democrats don't have a monopoly on environmentalism—and it could serve as a blueprint for Republicans in other states who see sound economics in green policies, even if they remain wary of the politics.

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(Slowly) entering the era of economically sustainable sustainability schemes

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