Could California’s ambitious zero carbon electricity policy make it harder to cut greenhouse gasses overall? Sometimes two ideas that seem joined at the hip end up butting heads. A couple … Continue Reading 100% of What?
(Today’s post is co-authored by Catherine Hausman, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan and Ph.D. graduate of UC Berkeley.) New Energy Institute study finds that U.S. oil and … Continue Reading Are Oil and Gas Executives Overpaid?
A recent Federal Energy Regulatory Commission decision illustrates the complicated dance between states and the federal government on climate policy. According to some energy aficionados, natural gas is the “blue … Continue Reading It’s Not Easy Being Blue
What major league baseball can and cannot teach us about air pollution impacts. I am not a follower of major league baseball. I can’t tell you who’s up this season. … Continue Reading Air Pollution Inside Baseball
Why Californians are getting gouged at the plug. The summer driving season is underway. We’re hearing a lot about the high cost of gasoline, nationally and in California. In relative … Continue Reading The Cost of Filling Up the Tank with Electricity
Time for Washington to become the first U.S. state with a carbon tax. How often do you have an opportunity to change history? The Washington State legislature does right now. … Continue Reading The Evergreen State’s Golden Opportunity to Lead on Climate
It depends on whether it’s winter and whether you’re poor. Coauthored with Ed Rubin. There are many ways to scramble an egg. Thomas Keller, Gordon Ramsey and Alice Waters all … Continue Reading How Much Do Residential Consumers Respond to the Price of Natural Gas?