Here’s a better way to regulate carbon — and change the tired environment-versus-economy debate.
Why is the opportunity for a thriving, clean economy tied up in court?
"We can no longer afford a patchwork approach to clean energy."
This week Obama focused on the Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative to bring solar power to low-income communities while training for solar jobs.
As the presence of industrial power declines, clean energy dents carbon emissions.
The D.C. Circuit Court or even the Senate could wind up deciding the fate of the Clean Power Plan if a ninth Supreme Court Justice is not named before the high court takes up the plan's challenge.
Cities say their annual costs from coastal storm damage is expected to climb from $3 billion to as high as $35 billion by the 2030s.
Eight corporate giants speak out forcefully about the business benefits of the federal plan to mitigate carbon emissions, using friend-of-the-court briefs to jump into the controversy.
Market mechanisms are set to meet CPP emissions targets, regardless of the SCOTUS outcome.
The U.S. Supreme Court's stay on the Clean Power Plan should not deter states and utilities from continuing to work toward clean sources of power.