By Guest Author on August 16, 2012
A look back at the platforms adopted in 2008 shows some planks that are virtually identical, with little difference in position on key energy issues.
By Timothy Hurst on January 31, 2012
Whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination hopes to have a shot in Florida in the general election, there are some key energy and climate issues that all Floridians really do care about — whether any of the GOP hopefuls acknowledges them or not.
Category: Climate Change, Energy, Politics | Tags: 2012 election, Climate Change, drill baby drill, florida, gop, mitt romney, newt gingrich, offshore oil, republican party, Republicans, wind energy | 2
By Maria Surma Manka on January 31, 2012
Voters still rank energy as an important area of concern, so the GOP presidential candidates will have to avoid the vague party talking points and instead address these issues thoughtfully and realistically…and soon.
By Timothy Hurst on August 22, 2011
From Skeptics to Flip-Floppers to Believers, here’s how the Republican candidates for president stack up on climate change.
Category: Climate Change, Politics | Tags: 2012 elections, carbon tax, climate, Climate Change, climategate, environmental policy, global warming, gop, hoax, Michelle Bachmann, mitt romney, newt gingrich, republican party, Republicans, rick perry, Rick Santorum, sarah palin | 20
By Timothy Hurst on November 23, 2010
As opposed to a “simple” choropleth map which depicts data constrained by political units like counties or states, an isarithmic map can capture the existence of regional patterns otherwise obscured by the superimposition of geographically arbitrary political boundaries.