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 Michael Brune on January 23, 2012
We haven’t even made it out of January, but 2012 is already shaping up as a watershed year in the fight to end our addiction to oil.
By Michael Brune on November 17, 2011
We can end America’s oil addiction, but two key events — yesterday and last week — tell us a lot about the challenges we’ll face as we make it happen.
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By Timothy Hurst on April 8, 2011
The tax-free joyride electric and hybrid-electric vehicle owners have been enjoying while cruising the highways and byways of America may soon be a thing of the past.
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By Allison Leahy on March 31, 2011
Cycling England, a government-backed transportation research, design and development program, has been put to rest. Now the responsibility of engaging the public and increasing bicycle-friendly infrastructure falls on the shoulders of all those new cycling enthusiasts Cycling England helped create.