“Dressing in layers can keep you warm while relying less on your heat source."
Florida’s central Gulf Coast is recklessly embarking on a green journey that will not end well.
As the year draws to a close, let us mark the passing of a scrappy, blue-collar California farmer and businessman who stood up to Big Government and Big Labor -- and took them down.
San Francisco-based Candela Renewables wants to build an industrial-scale solar array – known as the Rough Hat Nye County project -- on 2,300 acres of federal land adjacent to Pahrump, Nevada
Can the extinction of giant herbivores tell us anything about today's weather?
They want shut down a crucial and oil and natural gas liquids pipeline, a step that would deprive the Wolverine State, Wisconsin, and eastern Canada of much-needed heating and transportation fuel as winter approaches.
Voters in Maine have overwhelmingly rejected a 145-mile-long transmission line that would have brought 1,200 megawatts of hydropower from Quebec to Massachusetts.
Farmers in central Virginia’s Louisa County got a glimpse of the much-acclaimed green energy future—they don’t like what they see.
A provision tucked into the $3.5 trillion spending and tax bill would ban new drilling for oil and natural gas on and near Navajo land in northwestern New Mexico.
A proposed lithium mine on federal land in western Nevada may be brought low by – of all things -- buckwheat.
The policies the climate summit will endorse are already having a devastating effect on the people on whom they are being imposed.
Biden’s proclamation calling for increased utilization of the Wilderness Act of 1964 is incredibly out of touch at a moment when catastrophic wildfires are threatening populations across the West.
The Biden administration’s plans to erect a string of giant offshore wind-energy projects off the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf Coasts is encountering stiff headwinds from local residents.
Handing a victory to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the court determined that the couple’s land does contain wetlands and thus can be regulated by the agency under the CWA.Handing a victory to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the court determined that the couple’s land does contain wetlands and thus can be regulated by the agency under the CWA.
Even a “relatively modest increase in the federal gas tax,” say, 25 cents per gallon could make a big difference, the paper assures us.