Report Recommendations for a regional ecosystem restoration plan to help coastal communities recover their past strength and provide the building blocks for a new, more diversified economic growth strategy.
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.
The federal government boasts the means to foster jobs growth and global economic competitiveness by helping our country’s regional economies grow and prosper, write Sarah Wartell Rosen, Ed Paisley, and Kate Gordon.
The Republican Study Committee’s recommendations undermine America’s potential clean energy leadership, writes Kate Gordon.
Kate Gordon, Bracken Hendricks, and Lisbeth Kaufman examine the reasons why a strong U.S. advanced manufacturing base is important for jobs and innovation, especially in clean energy.
The new Congress can create jobs and end fossil fuel dependence, write Kate Gordon and Jake Caldwell.
Richard W. Caperton and Kate Gordon demonstrate why renewable energy cash grants are better than the old tax credit system at creating tens of thousands of jobs.
Kate Gordon and John Emerson outline three key lessons from the 1994 Northridge Earthquake that can guide the BP response and actions in future disasters.
Conservative opposition may have stalled comprehensive energy reform, but the pared down bill still includes important provisions, write Daniel J. Weiss and Kate Gordon.
Bracken Hendricks, Kate Gordon, and Tom Kenworthy outline a framework for addressing the current crisis in the gulf and rebuilding our energy future so that it never happens again.
CAP Action's Kate Gordon testifies before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on the liability and financial responsibility for oil spills under the OPA.
Kate Gordon and Richard Caperton offer a plan for rebuilding the regional economies now being walloped by the BP oil catastrophe.
The Security in Energy and Manufacturing Act will put Americans back to work, argue Richard W. Caperton, Sima J. Gandhi, and Kate Gordon.