Senior Fellow Daniel J. Weiss testifies before the House Oversight Subcommittee on Energy Policy, Health Care, and Entitlements.
Investing in clean energy technologies and reducing carbon pollution will protect public health and contribute to America’s economic resurgence.
As more American families suffer from increasingly severe weather events, making relief and aid the newest political football is unconscionable.
Issue Brief These 10 energy and environmental priorities for the president’s second term are vital to combating climate change.
Issue Brief Despite congressional failure to pass essential legislation to reduce carbon pollution and establish a renewable electricity standard, during its first term the Obama administration successfully adopted policies to protect public health from air pollution, lower oil consumption, and create jobs.
We need dedicated funding for communities to increase their resilience to future extreme weather events.
In order to fight disastrous climate change, we must reduce carbon pollution in America.
Report We must take steps to protect middle- and lower-income households from the economic harms wrought by extreme weather events linked to climate change.
President Obama can implement five major rules before Inauguration Day to protect our nation’s health and environment from toxic pollution and climate change.
Despite lower production, the big five oil companies reaped $90 billion in profits through the first three quarters of 2012. They used part of that money to lobby Congress, fund favorable candidates, and enrich their executives and stockholders.
The United States must heed the warnings of Hurricane Sandy and other deadly disasters and reduce its carbon pollution.
CAP Senior Fellow Daniel J. Weiss testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power.
Issue Brief Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman outline the five major Obama administration policies that helped the auto industry and the nation by creating jobs, reducing oil use, saving families money, and cutting pollution.
Issue Brief Jessica Goad, Daniel J. Weiss, and Richard Caperton identify the vast opportunities for renewable energy installations on public lands in the West.
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.