Climate and Clean Energy News and Commentary
We are leading a bipartisan effort to put a lid on carbon pollution and in so doing unleash a massive investment in clean-energy technology.
Congress completely fails the nation if it uses the political distractions of a fossil-fuels catastrophe to willfully avoid moving toward a clean-energy economy.
Two groups have found common ground through Thurston Energy, a program to help South Sound businesses and home-owners reduce their energy bills through energy conservation, weatherization and investments in energy-efficient appliances and heating systems.
While our Senate leaders decide whether to begin debate this summer on the nation's first comprehensive climate change and energy legislation, businesses like ours in Montana and throughout the nation are concerned about the impacts of climate change on our $3 billion a year tourism and recreation economy.
All told, we should be asking ourselves not what climate legislation will cost, but rather how much we’ll lose by failing to pass it.