If it wasn’t already obvious, it’s now abundantly clear where the US Republican Party stands on the most pressing issue of our time.
Calls for a ‘free-market’ approach to clean energy development are pure hypocrisy. Why hold renewables to different standards than fossil fuels?
Using Solyndra as its focus, the Republican party’s smear campaign against renewable energy has become a central theme of the 2012 US election.
The presidential candidate wants the wind production tax credit ended – a move that could result in the loss of tens of thousands of jobs.
For the first time in US history, natural gas electricity generation equaled coal generation. But this shift is no environmental panacea.
Even the Conservative media in the US is now drawing the link between storms, fires and drought and climate change.
The US coal lobby has been sprung inventing names and signatures in petitions calling for a relaxation on rules governing pollutants.
The summit created an opportunity to redefine a process that works – focusing not on diplomats, but on entrepreneurs and activists actually spurring action.
Around $28.9 billion since 1982, according to a new report – and it’s all down to non-competitive leasing and poor government oversight.
Gross Domestic Product is the crack-cocaine of economic indicators. But even world leaders are starting to realise it’s time to kick the habit.