Christina C. DiPasquale and Kate Gordon detail the most important ways green jobs are critical to job creation and sustainable, competitive economic growth.
Tom Kenworthy and Kate Gordon discuss issues with exporting coal to China in The Denver Post.
Daniel J. Weiss and Kate Gordon detail why taxpayers deserve $21 billion back by ending unnecessary oil industry tax breaks. Sen. Menendez knows the score.
A Clean Energy Standard is a primary way for the United States to compete in the trillion-dollar renewable energy technologies market. Richard W. Caperton, Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Daniel J. Weiss propose core principles to guide its design.
Issue Brief An escalating battle over coal export terminals combined with new mining leases raise important questions about the use of coal in the United States.
Report Michael Ettlinger and Kate Gordon explain why U.S. manufacturing matters.
We know very little about our capacity to deal with interruptions in the global processes that produce our goods, write Heather Boushey and Kate Gordon. That needs to change.
Long-term strategies to deal with global energy market transitions and probable political change in Saudi Arabia are essential to global security and U.S. prosperity, write Kate Gordon and Brian Katulis.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s agenda so far is antibusiness and antijobs, writes Kate Gordon.
CAP Action's Kate Gordon testifies before the Senate's Committee on Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Green Jobs and the New Economy.
Daniel J. Weiss and Kate Gordon outline exactly how conservatives in Congress will cripple business and job growth by massively disinvesting in clean technologies.
Susan Lyon and Kate Gordon detail how EPA’s regulations help give businesses the certainty they need to innovate and create jobs.
Issue Brief Richard W. Caperton, Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Daniel J. Weiss introduce nine key milestones that should shape the design and development of a specific clean energy standard.