March 15th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
There are two persistent and overlapping trends in American discussions of climate change, nuclear energy, and renewable energy. The first is American exceptionalism, the idea that the USA is doing better than any country in the world despite denying climate change and walking away from the Paris Accord. The second is that Germany is awful, choosing to shut down its nuclear plants, resulting in massive increases in greenhouse gases
June 10th, 2016 | by Zachary Shahan
Not working to stop global warming is one of the most disgraceful, horrible things a policymaker can do. It demonstrates a [&hellip
December 9th, 2015 | by Guest Contributor
Originally published on Carbon Pulse By Mike Szabo A proposal to introduce a revenue-neutral carbon tax in the US is [&hellip
October 2nd, 2013 | by Tina Casey
Our old friends over at Americans for Prosperity must have had an epiphany of sorts. In its effort to lobby [&hellip
September 28th, 2013 | by Tina Casey
We’ve been following the US Army Corps of Engineers’ ambitious $7 billion renewable energy plan, and it looks like the [&hellip
December 29th, 2012 | by Silvio Marcacci
A new report ties millions in fossil fuel industry funding to anti-clean energy media outreach by think tanks who fail to disclose their financial ties
February 29th, 2012 | by Stephen Lacey
Did you know that the landing on the moon was staged? Or that swallowing seeds will cause fruit to grow in your stomach? Or that the cost of solar power has gone up 63% since 2001?
If you are tied to reality, you’d know that all three of these statements are utterly false. And while most people know that the moon landing was real and that seeds don’t grow in your stomach, the last falsity is an easy one to slip by people who don’t follow energy — which is almost everyone.
In fact, the installed cost of solar has come down nearly 40% since 2001.