Report The United States has been a leader in technical innovation and market transformation since the industrial revolution. But when it comes to the clean energy revolution, we risk falling behind.
Report Congress is imposing a costly unfunded mandate on the American people by failing to enact policies to curb U.S. emissions of heat-trapping pollution.
Issue Brief Fostering clean energy manufacturing in the United States would help boost the manufacturing sector, create jobs, and increase competitiveness, all while fighting global warming.
The institute’s critique of the regional energy report released by The Center for the Next Generation and the Center for American Progress is inaccurate on multiple fronts.
Report By capitalizing on the unique strengths of each region of the United States, we can harness our country's resource diversity to move toward a brighter economic and energy future.
The emerging clean energy economy is already creating millions of jobs and generating trillions of dollars in economic activity across the globe. One characteristic of these jobs is that they span industries and occupations and provide opportunities for low-, middle-, and high-skill workers. As with other industries, though, the highest-quality jobs in this new clean […]
Melanie Hart and Kate Gordon present the reasons why the United States needs to display a steady hand in its solar trade dispute with China.
Report Jorge Madrid, Kate Gordon, and Tina Ramos project what the United States will look like in 2030 if we don't break our energy status quo.
Report Jason Walsh and Kate Gordon outline the steps we can take today that will get us on the path toward producing more clean energy to grow the economy, reducing pollution while saving energy and dollars, and building more resilient and balanced economies and communities.
Innovation, not cheap Chinese imports, is the real key to sustainable solar market growth, write Melanie Hart and Kate Gordon.
Kiley Kroh and Kate Gordon explain how the RESTORE Act is critical for the environmental restoration and long-term economic resilience of the Gulf Coast.
Donna Cooper, Richard Caperton, Kate Gordon, and Daniel J. Weiss detail a plan to redirect billions of dollars in giveaways to Big Oil toward building infrastructure to put Americans back on the job.
Kate Gordon examines why the president’s investments in clean energy manufacturing now and in the future will pay huge dividends to the middle class.
Kate Gordon and Daniel J. Weiss explain why the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is weak on job creation and bad for America’s future.
Richard W. Caperton and Kate Gordon explain the importance of government involvement in clean energy investment.