Joseph Romm and Richard Caperton on ensuring that nuclear power is safe for the American public.
The gulf oil spill shows why we need the administration and Congress to pass comprehensive energy and climate legislation that breaks our oil dependence, write John Podesta and Joseph Romm in Politico.
CAP Action Senior Fellow Joe Romm testifies before the House Ways and Means Committee.
Myopic conservatives and the media still don't get global warming. But if anybody can preserve a livable climate, Obama's amazing energy team can, writes Joe Romm.
Report Joseph Romm provides the science behind the need for a U.S. climate bill that reduces the country's greenhouse gas emissions 20 to 30 percent below 1990 levels by 2020.
The second column in a series from Joe Romm on a new report that shows the staggering cost of new nuclear power.
A new study puts generation rates for power from nuclear plants at triple current U.S. electricity rates, writes Joseph Romm.
If there's no action before 2012, that's too late. What we do in the next two to three years will determine our future. This is the defining moment.
Joseph Romm interviews T. Boone Pickens.
The bad news is we can't wait for breakthroughs to solve our energy problems. The good news is we don't have to.
Suppose I paid you for every pound of pollution you generated and punished you for every pound you reduced. You would probably spend most of your time trying to figure out how to generate more pollution. And suppose that if you generated enough pollution, I had to pay you to build a new plant, no matter what the cost, and no matter how much cheaper it might be to not pollute in the first place.
CAPAF's Joseph Romm testifies before a House Select Committee about the need to release oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
Nuclear power may look like an attractive option now, but ultimately, it's own limitations will constrain its growth.
This dependence is economically unsustainable and dangerous for our children.
Both national and global climate policy must redirect its focus from setting a price on carbon to promoting the rapid deployment of clean technologies, writes Joseph Romm is Nature.