Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum insisted to a CNN panel on Thursday that renewable energy was not "reliable" enough to replace the Earth's limited supply of fossil fuels.
The winners will be a handful of very wealthy individuals getting even wealthier on coal and electricity sales.
California already has such a cap-and-trade system, as does a coalition of Northeastern and mid-Atlantic states including New York, Massachusetts and Maryland.
Tom Friedman demonstrates once again why he is the worst billionaire foreign policy expert on TV.
Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia have RPS laws on the books, requiring a certain percentage of utilities to derive power from renewable sources.
With a massive heat wave sweeping the country, people's electric usage is shooting up to keep up with the weather. Unfortunately most Americans get our electricity from dirty sources like coal, fracking and oil - and with this heat wave, are burning more fossil fuels to stay cool. My name’s Matt Browner Hamlin and I work for Ethical Electric because I have to fight catastrophic climate change.
One of the biggest firms responsible for the practice of fracking has admitted that their actions caused seismic activity in England.
Democrats in North Carolina say they could have defeated a bill to repeal renewable energy subsidies on Wednesday if Republicans had not pushed it through committee without counting the votes.
GOP lawmakers in the NC House Committee on Public Utilities and Energy broke ranks with their party on a plan to kill the state's renewable energy program.
This is your moment of clarity #187: Why won't we put more money and time into creating renewable energy sources? Maybe it's because they aren't dangerous enough.
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