When you listen closely to debates over California climate change policy, it becomes clear that the disagreements are along two dimensions: what is the best approach to meeting the state’s … Continue Reading What Do We Want From California Climate Policy?
The heat is on, and climate change will put significant strain on the US power grid – unless we do something about it. In the absence of any concrete new … Continue Reading Have We Peaked?
In a single, very personal way, I benefited from Trump’s election victory. It led to an amazing mother-daughter bonding experience last weekend when I took my 14-year-old daughter to the … Continue Reading If Trump Is Waging a War on Facts, What Should I Do?
It’s here. The first week of the Trump administration. And it promises to be a busy one. On the energy front, Trump has an ambitious agenda for his first days … Continue Reading Will Trump Negotiate a Better Coal Deal for Taxpayers?
A number of cities recently rang in the New Year with spectacular professional fireworks shows. Some parts of the US also allowed individual consumers to purchase fireworks and put on … Continue Reading Risks of Going It Alone
Uncertainty about U.S. environmental policies creates an incentive for films to delay investments. Large-scale changes are anticipated for U.S. environmental policies heading into 2017. The new administration has promised a … Continue Reading Policy Uncertainty Discourages Innovation and Hurts the Environment
An orange or a green planet? That is the question. I like my politics. A lot. Usually, election time is my favorite time of every other year. I became a … Continue Reading The Future Is at Stake