By Timothy Hurst on May 9, 2012
A new report by researchers at Yale University and George Mason University found that Americans are not evenly split on the issue, as is often portrayed by the media.
By Timothy Hurst on September 30, 2011
Research institute led by Danish political scientist Bjorn Lomborg, a controversial figure in climate policy, could lose millions under Denmark’s new left-center coalition government.
By Timothy Hurst on September 6, 2011
This project, like all other large-scale scientific undertakings, takes time. And facing certain future budget cuts, the last thing federal research agencies have is time.
By Timothy Hurst on January 11, 2011
On the second stop of her six-day trip to the Middle East, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the United Arab Emirates’ capital of Abu Dhabi. The Secretary had nothing but praise for UAE’s emphasis on research and investment in renewables and sustainability.
By Timothy Hurst on December 14, 2010
New report finds current transportation policy in most U.S. states will likely worsen greenhouse gas emission trends