The George Washington University
Discussions of climate change impacts and mitigation often fail to include marginalized communities, especially those most effected.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute
By creating symbiotic relationships with other nations, especially our neighbors, the United States can begin using hydroelectric power efficiently as a means of moving away from our oil dependency. Canada and the United States have a complementary... Read More
University of Calgary
Do you think this TRTL is tough enough to withstand the demands of our energy future? Informed by the past, looking to the future, TRTL's making its way to say the least.
I talk to Jeremy Symons, senior vice president of the National Wildlife Federation, about his testimony at a House Energy Commerce Subcommittee on Energy Power Subcommittee hearing on a proposed tar sands pipeline.