A bragging point for the Clean Power Plan is its flexibility; all currently identified low-carbon energy sources can play a role in state plans, including natural gas, nuclear, hydropower and other renewables.
Los Angeles, known for its extensive freeway system and broad boulevards, fast food, car culture, lawn-filled suburbs and smog, is getting serious about sustainability—and the effort includes local and sustainable food and agriculture.
Put another way, is the U.S. model of food sourcing scalable to an urbanized world of 9 billion?
In my experience, good answers are the products of good questions. Over the past number of years, I have begun to doubt the efficacy of the question being debated by climate change stakeholders.
The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a motion by the country’s most powerful energy regulator that Jessica Ernst’s case involving fracking and groundwater contamination raises no significant constitutional claim and should be dismissed.
Last week the Western Slope Colorado witnessed a huge victory for energy freedom and rural renewable power.
Walking is moving fast these days.
With honeybee populations on the decline, scientists, lawyers, and even artists have set out to save humanity’s most important pollinators.
There are three key elements to the dominant ideology of the contemporary United States—involving world affairs, economics, and ecology—which can be best understood as forms of fundamentalism.
Newspaper reporting legend Ross Gelbspan once said, lifestyle change is essential, but lifestyle change won’t get us out of this climate mess. We need change of the kind that only comes from governments, acting together.
The nexus perspective emphasizes the interdependencies of environmental resources and their transitions and fluxes across spatial scales and between compartments
Business-as-usual is sure to deliver us a future that is both unsustainable and undesirable, with climate change arguably our most pressing problem.