True believers want us to accept sacrifices now — and a poorer world — in favor of unproven policies to avert warming that may or may not occur, and that may or may not be harmful. Skeptics take a different view.
No matter how expensive or inefficient a policy might be, the federal government shouldn’t stop states from implementing it and facing the benefits or consequences.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words are two videos worth?
The study found that the U.S. power grid can’t easily be replaced by a distributed smart grid that environmentalists favor.
As a WDEV radio listener showed on Thursday, Efficiency Vermont’s Karen Glitman may get a mixed reception in her new role depending on whether Vermonters view her as an efficiency director or a tax collector.
“If wind is to play a significant part in Vermont’s energy future, it will be because communities choose it. Communities are far more likely to choose wind if they plan it, own it, and manage it.”
Seven 499-foot turbines proposed for Rocky Ridge may be the first major energy project in the state to face stringent scrutiny via the approval process of the newly configured Public Service Board.
A top issue for many mayors is the role cities across the country should play in the fight against global warming. Bloomberg’s charity group will hand out grants to cities to help them implement policy ideas to fight global warming.