CO2 emissions are at levels not seen since the mid-1990s, when our nation’s economy and our energy demand were considerably smaller. That’s profoundly good news.
We’re making significant progress in our collective effort to protect the environment, government data show.
The federal government spends a lot of money each year on a variety of energy programs and tax expenditures – $19.8 billion in 2013, according to the Congressional Budget Office. So who gets what?
The EPA is already 135 days late in finalizing its ethanol blending volumes for 2014 — all the more reason to scrap the renewable fuels standard.
The WHO’s updated estimates on deaths from household air pollution offer a sobering reminder of the universal human need for energy and modern energy infrastructure.