Will cheap natural gas give us an opportunity to reduce emissions while inventing new technologies? Or will we simply become addicted to another fossil fuel?
Politicians and policy experts talk as if climate change can be an afterthought in energy policy. They should think again.
Lessons from the battle over Cape Wind.
The government sets a premium price on solar and other alternative power sources. The policy offers lessons in ways to encourage the use of renewable energy.
Thirty years after Three Mile Island, nuclear is still too risky. But now the risks have shifted from physical to financial.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe's failures.
Plug-in hybrids could bring gas-free commutes. But will they make it to market?
No matter how well they're engineered, hydrogen cars offer no real answer to the imminent threats posed by global warming.
As its 20th anniversary approaches, what can the landmark agreement on controlling CFCs teach those who want to control greenhouse gases?
The cheap oil will end one day. What about civilization?