By Timothy Hurst on July 14, 2012
“It’s not a matter of opinion, it’s a matter of fact that the globe is warming,” said the Republican statesman.
By Timothy Hurst on March 27, 2012
The take-home from Musk is that subsidies may be good and may be bad as policy tools, but they are inferior to a carbon tax.
By Timothy Hurst on February 6, 2012
With a major EU-China summit scheduled for next week, the Chinese government on Monday banned the country’s airlines from taking part in a European Union carbon-emissions scheme that levees a fee on all airlines flying into or out of EU airports.
By ProPublica on February 3, 2012
A common criticism of President Obama’s $800 billion stimulus package has been that it failed to produce anything – that while the New Deal built bridges and dams, all the stimulus did was fill some potholes and create temporary jobs. Don’t tell that to Annette Herrera.
By Silvio Marcacci on December 15, 2011
Range anxiety is one of the biggest limitations facing the EV industry. In fact, a recent survey said only 20 percent of American drivers would consider buying an EV with a 100-mile range. But what if EVs could drive 500 miles on a single charge?