A new tariff on Chinese-made wind towers will not aid domestic industry. In fact, it is likely to do the opposite.
At most, it's a symbolic victory. To ensure the end of tar sands oil, the government will have to enact measures make high-carbon fuel unprofitable.
Rather than giving an energy-guzzling device this holiday season, here are three ways to stuff a stocking with the gift of fuel efficiency
Brooklyn's dollar van fleet is a tantalizing demonstration of how we might supplement mass transit with privately-owned mini-transit entrepreneurs
There's no need to make energy promises you can keep: The key is getting people to listen to pledges you won't fulfill.
What problem are releases from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve trying to solve?
An exurban office park in California shows that we don't have to spend long commutes alone in our cars if we don't want to
Jeff Grant works two jobs but can barely pay his truck's gas bills—and it's begun to affect how he lives his life
With our notorious dependence on cheap gas, have we been the beneficiaries of an authoritarian markdown at the pump?
A former Shell CEO has everybody spooked over high gas prices come 2012, but what about the already too high prices right now?
As prices rise, having a heavily gasoline dependent economy sucks money directly out of American pockets
When the government allows safety violations on such a high scale it is rewarding companies who court danger
All the right interest groups love it, but how does the policy benefit American consumers?
If the casing of the spewing oil well is deteriorating, the flow of oil could increase and the situation could become much worse
The oil spill sparked a heated debate on oil policy, but rhetoric may not turn into action
The oil spill is starting to look a lot like the financial meltdown -- the product of unrealistic expectations, ridiculous risk, and lax regulation
The Gulf oil spill has Congress scrambling to tighten offshore drilling regulation. Here are 7 suggestions for how to start.
Unlike other disasters that could be blamed on a clear villain, the Gulf spill was the result of technology, individuals, companies, and circumstance. Which may make offshore drilling harder to justify in the future.
A case for using the political will generated by the Gulf oil spill to stop business as usual—by reducing our dependence on oil