If the Exelon-Pepco merger is approved by DC, Maryland and Delaware, the utility giant would force its new customer base to bail out its failing investments in expensive nuclear power. The merger will raise our bills, stifle clean energy competitors, and potentially complicate pensions and benefits that Pepco retirees have earned.
One week after updating its position on climate change, ALEC's new CEO Lisa B. Nelson told Diane Rehm that ALEC doesn't comment on climate change.
Asked on camera to explain how ALEC's work against clean energy incentives while ignoring fossil fuel subsidies fits its "free markets" mission, ALEC had "no comment" for Greenpeace.
"What we’re seeing in Canada is, the, literally, the elimination of 40 years of environmental laws in the last two years in order to make way for quick expansion of tar sands and pipelines."
Today, Monday May 13th, New Yorkers from Occupy the Pipeline, Occupy Sandy, and over twenty partner groups will march and rally to greet President Obama when he attends a fundraiser with members of the 1% at the Waldorf Astoria on Park Avenue.
The State Department issued a revised environmental impact statement for the 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline on Friday that says there's no conclusive environmental reason it should not be built.
Peeling the onion that is environmental legislation always seems to track back to Koch Industries. As a Californian, it frustrates me that the alr
Four years ago, California passed AB32, a fairly ambitious climate change bill, lauded at the time as being on the forefront of environmental le
President Obama went on the campaign trail this week and accused the Republicans of "peddling the same old snake oil that they've been peddling now fo
Chalk another one up for the good ole boys of the South Carolina GOP. Every time I read something about this group it feels like a slow, deep slid
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