Jackie Weidman and Susannah Marshall explain what soot is, how it harms public health, and the Environmental Protection Agency’s new standards to reduce the pollution, which are open to public comment.
Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman examine the profits of these companies and what they do with them to enrich shareholders at the expense of consumers by protecting unneeded tax breaks.
Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Celine Ramstein argue that Big Oil is making millions from Americans’ travel plans, while at the same time working to destroy some of the nation’s most cherished vacation destinations.
The EPA’s proposed carbon pollution standard for new power plants would cut greenhouse gas emissions and their harmful public health effects, write Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Celine Ramstein.
Richard W. Caperton, Jackie Weidman, and Daniel J. Weiss explain how an additional 25 cents in the price per gallon of gas at the pump every three months equals an additional $5 billion in the bank for the big five oil companies.
Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Rebecca Leber explain how the big five oil companies are producing less oil despite making more money.
Coal and other utilities are using their big-money influence on public officials to avoid cleaning up our air and our health in accordance with a new EPA rule, write Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Rebecca Leber.
Congressional action to spur investment in proven renewable energy technology is fundamental to the future of the U.S. offshore wind industry, write Richard W. Caperton, Michael Conathan, and Jackie Weidman.
Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman respond to The Washington Post’s criticism of the Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program and explain why it’s important for American competitiveness.
Some utilities and coal companies would have you believe new EPA rules to reduce air toxics will force mass closures of power plants, write Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman. But these claims are blatant falsehoods.