Rachel Cleetus

Data from the U.S. Department of Energy indicate that in 2010, the world emitted 9.1 billion metric tons of carbon, a six percent increase over 2009 levels. As the article from the Associated Press...

A recent article in the National Journal has been generating a lot of buzz. Understandably so, because it makes clear that climate change should not be viewed as a partisan issue and that thoughtful...

Emails started trickling into my inbox yesterday afternoon with the news that EPA has decided, yet again, to delay releasing a proposed rule on the regulation of global warming emissions from power...

Across wide swathes of America, this summer’s grueling heat had many of us sweltering. In the third week of July, for instance, temperatures were well into the 90’s and 100’s for much of...

Many of us along the Eastern seaboard spent the weekend hunkered down, riding out hurricane Irene. My family and I were lucky to escape with nothing worse than a bad case of cabin fever. But that was...

A new article in the American Economic Review presents a framework for evaluating the costs of pollution from different industries in the U.S. and finds coal-fired electricity to be the biggest...

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