John Rogers

Here at the Union of Concerned Scientists, we spend a lot of time focusing on the future—where we need to get to (on climate change , for example), how we do that ( clean energy , clean...

Crédito: NASA (https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/thumbnails/image/sun_earth_eclipse.jpg) Este 21 de agosto cientos de millones de personas en el continente americano tendrán la oportunidad de...

A whole new perspective. (Credit: UCS) Next time you’re talking with a friend about the exciting things happening in our electricity sector (aren’t you always?), here are three easy numbers for...

Photo: Partners Healthcare Health care has been in the headlines a whole lot lately, and it’s never far from our minds or wallets. It’s never far from our lungs or hearts, either—or, it turns out,...

A pioneering program to reduce power plant emissions in the Northeast is poised to enter a new phase. Here’s why the nine states of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative need to make as bold a step...

There’s plenty of energy off our coasts. Too bad the Trump Administration is looking the wrong way. Yesterday was a momentous one for offshore energy, but maybe not in the way that some folks think...

When it comes to job creation in the power sector, our president keeps looking the wrong way. Nationally—and in almost every state—when coal and renewables face off, the bigger job creator in the...

Yesterday President Trump suggested putting solar panels on his infamous border wall to help pay for it (since Mexico certainly won’t). While there are more things wrong with that proposal than I can...

The last big coal plant in New England is gone, New Jersey’s biggest utility is done with coal generation, and Florida’s largest electric utility is retiring yet another coal plant. These are more...

Maybe it’s because I first started working on clean energy while serving in the Peace Corps he founded, or maybe it’s my years of working on these issues from his home state. But I can’t help...

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