Energy industry hunkers down ahead of Barry's wrath
Tropical Storm Barry's move through the Gulf of Mexico is causing energy companies to limit offshore oil and gas operations and prepare for onshore flooding that could affect everything from power plants to refineries.
Perry stirs up debate — again — with climate comments
Energy Secretary Rick Perry came under fire yesterday after asserting on Twitter that emissions from the U.S. energy sector have dropped more than those of any other country belonging to the Paris climate accord.
This scholar is writing the Green New Deal policy book
Rhiana Gunn-Wright, a scholar helping craft policies underpinning the Green New Deal, isn't waiting around for lawmakers to pump out language to curb emissions.
How 4 states view Trump's carbon rule
Last November's elections upended the nation's political landscape, as Democrats flipped seven Republican governor's mansions. With state leadership now more evenly split between political parties, what does it mean for Trump's carbon plan?
Carbon bill, controversial dam ride on Pentagon authorization
Carbon capture advocates are poised to attach legislation to the fiscal 2020 defense authorization bill that is meant to spur infant industries revolving around the carbon dioxide captured from power and industrial sources.