Finding affordable and abundant sources of domestic energy has become a big priority in recent years. And while many options are being looked at, one that has taken the nation by storm is the development of shale gas.
Have you noticed that new cars are getting more and more expensive? Katie Tubb from the Heritage Foundation explains some of the reasons why:
In the famous movie, Jurassic Park, scientists used DNA of extinct dinosaurs to bring them back to life. Now, according to Energy and Environment News, genetic resurrection of extinct animals may not be purely science fiction. . . .
For more than a decade, the federal government has been putting out national assessments to indicate what effects global warming will have on the U.S., but how reliable are they?
You’ve heard of drivers having “road rage,” but how about “range anxiety?” Well that’s the term being used to describe owners of electric cars who nervously peer at the battery charge indicator on their dashboard to see if they have enough juice. . .
Does hydraulic fracturing produce more wastewater than conventional natural gas production? Surprisingly, Dr. Brian Lutz, professor of biogeochemistry, says ‘no,’ and is here to explain why. . . .
Germany has long hoped to become a world model for Green alternative energy. But according to an article in Germany’s leading news magazine, Der Spiegel, the country is facing a massive budget shortfall for renewable projects, and is now planning to cancel some key subsidies aimed at increasing reliance on Green power.
America does not need “comprehensive” energy policies devised and dictated by Washington. It needs policies that unlock our creative genius and allow free enterprise and private sector innovators to operate on a level playing field – one that applies the same reasonable, responsible environmental, endangered species, tax, subsidy and other laws and standards to all companies, investors and energy technologies.
Bacteria are known to be able to clean up toxic metals and even nuclear waste. But now, researchers at Michigan State University have unraveled the mystery of how these small micro-organisms pull off this helpful feat.
When you think about the effects of global warming hysteria, you might think of higher electricity prices, not people being thrown off their land and having their homes burned down. . .
Ever wonder what happened to the convenient Styrofoam cups that held your coffee? Angela Logomasini of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, tells us where they’ve gone. . .
One of the biggest questions surrounding climate change is the cause and effect of clouds, which have an enormous impact on temperature.
As the economy limps along, many are wondering what is stymieing economic growth. Dr. Tom Borelli from the National Center for Public Policy Research credits the EPA as one of the chief problems, and here explains why...
In the early 80’s, one popular song said “We’re gonna rock down to Electric Avenue, and then we’ll take it higher.” Now, some 30 years later, one Pacific Northwest city has a real Electric Avenue...
You’ve heard that global warming could drown polar bears and cause killer hurricanes. But did you know it could also lead to an alien invasion from outer space?