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Unlikely Firms Bring Clout and Cash to Clean Energy Lobbying Effort

Jan 22 , 2013
Companies with no direct ties to renewable power lobbied to save the wind tax credit, signaling a change in the fight for clean energy incentives.

Federal Offshore Drilling Safety Committee May Disband Even as Concerns Mount

Jan 9 , 2013
An advisory committee formed after 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster could be meeting for the last time this week, because its charter is set to expire.

Oil and Gas Companies Lag Far Behind Other Firms on Emissions Cuts

Jan 3 , 2013
Eight of the 11 domestic energy companies on the Fortune 100 haven't set greenhouse gas reduction or renewable energy goals, a report finds.

Who Will Lead for Obama on Carbon and Clean Energy Policy?

Dec 10 , 2012
EPA and DOE leaders are key to Obama's environmental legacy as Congress remains deadlocked on climate change policies.

Election Outcome Changes the Climate and Energy Conversation in Congress

Nov 27 , 2012
Environmentalists are optimistic that the electoral defeat of 11 of a targeted 'dirty dozen' sends a signal and opens new possibilities for action.

Protesters Confident That Carbon Math Will Force Obama to Reject Keystone XL Again

Nov 19 , 2012
Continuing protests will spotlight the danger of burning fossil energy reserves containing 2,795 gigatons of CO2.

Report: BP and Chevron Are Riskier Bets for Oil Investors

Nov 16 , 2012
Spill record and safety culture assume larger importance in risk analysis as companies tap unconventional oil in challenging locations.

Panel at National Press Club Discusses Clean Break

Nov 14 , 2012
'To people who say it can't be done here, it worked in Germany. If they can do it there, we can do it here,' says Clean Break author Osha Gray Davidson.