Is a 'cold war' with China good news for U.S. lithium?
Federal agencies are increasingly viewing the country's lack of control over key battery minerals through a wartime lens, with official actions and reports posing Asia's dominance as a source of national vulnerability.
N.J. studies first draft of ambitious electrification plan
New Jersey's Legislature will take a first look at a sweeping series of plans to electrify cars, public transit and school buses today at a hearing before a Senate environmental committee.
N.J. sues Interior for documents on Fla. exemption
New Jersey wants to force the Interior Department to hand over records that it thinks could shed light on the reasons Florida was exempted from a draft plan to open up offshore drilling along the Atlantic coast.
To beat 1.5 C, Americans should get out of their cars — IPCC
Governments can't simply rely on electric cars to slash transportation emissions and keep temperatures from rising more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, a global target that scientists say could keep the worst of climate change at bay.
D.C. considers nation's fastest path to total renewable power
A bill calling for the complete conversion of the District of Columbia's electricity profile within 15 years got its first hearing yesterday before a committee of the City Council.