Director, Domestic Climate and Energy Policy
Senior Director, Energy and Environment Campaigns
Senior Director, Public Lands
Senior Fellow, Energy and Environment
Director, Public Lands
Director, Energy and Environment Campaigns
Offshore wind lease sales are a significantly better use of ocean acreage than oil and gas—for energy consumers, taxpayers, and the climate.
Fossil energy communities need a legacy fund to build capacity and resilience.
President Biden must reject ConocoPhillips’ Willow oil drilling project to sustain progress toward achieving the administration’s ambitious climate goals.
Seventy-seven percent of public lands in the western United States that are ideal for renewable energy projects are in areas with low or no oil and gas potential, yet they are still prioritized for oil and gas leasing.
While families on tight budgets struggle to pay the sky-high price of gas, these five oil companies more than tripled their profits in the first quarter of 2022.
Abandoned and orphaned offshore oil and gas wells are costing taxpayers billions and the Biden administration can take immediate actions to address this ecological and financial crisis.
The solution to high energy prices is a swift and urgent transition to clean energy—not further reliance on dirty fuels controlled by dictators and profiteering oil corporations.
Oil and gas lobbyists have spent decades working to entrench dependence on fossil fuels. Solutions require a new model that builds wealth and empowers rural communities.
The oil lobby is undermining climate action and stand to benefit from the largest oil and gas lease sale to date.
Congress can raise revenues to fund climate action on public lands by fixing the broken federal leasing program.
The oil industry already has at least 10 years’ worth of unused leases at its disposal, even with the leasing pause.