Chief Operating Officer of the Truman National Security Project, Jonathan Powers, talks to Clean Skies News about a group of military veterans launching a national clean energy bill tour, after today's stop here in Washington.
Clean Skies News' Susan McGinnis is in New York City to attend a summit at the U.N. focused on investments in a low carbon economy, and where those investments will come from
Margaret Ryan has an exclusive interview with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on the controversy over the Cape Wind project off Nantucket. Clean Skies News looks at just what could stop the first wind project off the Atlantic Coast from ever being built and how a compromise can be reached.
The government is reporting "well above average" natural gas stockpiles for this time of year and Clean Skies News talks with Michael Roberts, lead energy analyst with the energy management firm Prenova, for a deeper analysis of those figures.
Sponsors and attendees of the 2010 Investor Summit on Climate Risk are calling it a success. Clean Skies News' Susan McGinnis reviews the summit and speaks to some of the big players in energy investments about their thoughts on legislation and their next moves in financing clean energy technology.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is proposing limits for energy speculators, with lukewarm backing from federal regulators. Clean Skies News looks how the plan could affect the market, companies and your bank account.
Rob McCord, Pennsylvania State Treasurer, talks to Clean Skies News about how his state is investing in a green workforce.
Though Congress and the President stress the future of a green economy, Roderick West, CEO of Entergy New Orleans, says differently. West joins Clean Skies News to explain why he feels the green revolution can't continue past the stimulus dollars.
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) kicked off Phase 2 of its "Anybody Can Serve, So Let's Conserve" campaign in Washington, D.C. The energy efficiency initiative helps consumers learn ways to conserve energy. Clean Skies News has more.
Clean Skies News reports that Sen. Byron Dorgan says chances for a climate bill vote this year are slim. And, the Himalaya's glaciers are rapidly melting because of climate change...or are they? A scientific study may be flawed. Clean Skies News takes you to today's "Anybody Can Serve- So let's Conserve" campaign kickoff sponsored by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC). The energy efficiency initiative helps consumers learn ways to conserve energy. And Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell says he wants to make the commonwealth the "energy capital of the East Coast".
The Interngovernmetal Panel on Climate Change is under accusation of shoddy research after using speculation as scientific fact in their famous 2007 report. Clean Skies News looks at the statement on Himalayan glacial melting by 2035 and what this means for global warming and the IPCC.
Clean Skies News' Tyler Suiters takes a look at what the GOP candidates win for the Ted Kennedy Massachusetts Senate seat means for energy issues. The House Energy and Environment Subcommittee will hold a hearing today on Exxon's proposed $41 billion purchase of XTO. Rep. Ed Markey's panel will also look at hydraulic fracturing and its effects on the environment. Chevron says it will job cuts as part of a company-wide restructuring.