A plan for our nation’s energy future was rolled out today by Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.).
In his annual speech to Congress and the American people tonight, President Obama is expected to address one of our nation’s most critical issues— energy.
You hear the phrase SXSW and you may think music and film fest. What many don’t know is that the world acclaimed music festival has now grown include an environmental component.
The past few months have seen an unprecedented attack on environmental issues by those in Congress.
This week, National Journal has a very interesting topic for its Energy & Environment blog series: Where does energy fit into President Obama’s jobs plan?
But one consistent theme rose above the chorus: if America doesn't choose to lead in the development of clean renewable technologies, we will become followers to the rest of the world.
The Department of Interior announced plans today to dig deeper with their environmental review as part of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) development of a solar siting and permitting program for public lands in the six southwestern states.
Statement of Chase Huntley, Director of Renewable Energy Policy for The Wilderness Society on today’s mark-up in the House Natural Resources Committee
The following statement from The Wilderness Society Director of Climate Policy David Moulton is regarding today’s House vote on the Better Use of Light Bulbs (BULB) Act.
The Wilderness Society President Bill Meadows comments on the role of natural gas in our energy policy - and the need, above all, to make sure that any energy energy development is "done right"