Laura Wisland

Photo: Takeshi Kuboki/CC BY (Flickr) The Great American Eclipse , as many are calling it, is a big deal for both committed and casual star watchers alike. On August 21, starting at approximately 9:15...

Update: on Wednesday, July 12 2017, SB 100 passed its first major policy committee hearing in the Assembly, the Utilities and Energy Committee. I was proud to be one of the lead testifiers in support...

Yesterday the Nevada Legislature did its part to ensure Silver State residents will breathe cleaner air and benefit from more clean energy jobs by passing a bill, AB 206, that would raise the state...

The Trump Administration’s energy communications sound increasingly tone deaf these days. The Department of Energy released a graphic last week that highlights six facts we may not know about...

Earth Day is Saturday. The annual event always inspires me to reflect on where the country has been and where it’s headed in terms of protecting the land, water, air, plants, and animals that...

It’s an exciting time for renewable energy advocates in Nevada. The state enjoys world-class renewable generation potential, and state residents are widely interested in clean energy...

My daughter is almost a year old, so lately I’ve been reading a lot of books about farm animals. It’s been fun to practice animal noises, but it has also felt a little strange to teach my daughter...

President Obama’s publication in Science is just the most recent reiteration of how far we have come with clean energy development in the last decade. The question now is not whether we should...

Sure, the outcome of the election has raised questions about how the President-elect and his team will impact the country’s transition to a cleaner, healthier, and safer electricity system. But...

On October 23, 2015, Southern California Gas Company employees discovered a massive natural gas leak at the Aliso Canyon storage facility, located 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The leak...

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