December 26, 2012
by Regina Cline
Climate change issues will become more prominent in 2013 if recent developments are any indication and if efforts at the national, regional, state, and international levels continue to take shape.
December 14, 2012
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson faces a Dec. 21 deadline to turn over to a House committee information on the use of secondary email accounts to conduct agency business.
December 7, 2012
How to promote energy efficiency through tax reform and federal energy policy will be the subject of a hearing Dec. 12 by the Senate Finance Energy, Natural Resources, and Infrastructure Committee.
Walmart Sets New Energy Goals, Lacks Water Targets and Comprehensive Electronics Recycling
Enactment of Climate Change Legislation Remains Unlikely in Congress This Year
Military Turns to Sustainability as Thirst for Energy Presents New Risks, Costs
The Week Ahead: Keystone Headed to House Floor; Hydropower, Natural Gas on Senate Agenda
A Closer Look at the Draft National Climate Assessment: Impacts Are Already Pronounced in Alaska