Welcome back, gamers! This installment of the project on game theory and climate change will take some time to outline…
Welcome back, gamers! A week ago, I wrote a Note here with the goal of crowdsourcing reader and expert knowledge…
The residual lead from years of spent bullets can endanger human health and contaminate the surrounding area. And yet there’s little federal oversight.
It’s probably the best exchange on energy that American voters will hear this year.
Let the game begin! I was very excited by my colleague Andrew McGill’s work to bring game theory into the…
Oil and gas exploration off the coast of Alaska and in the Gulf of Mexico will move forward.
America’s infrastructure was once the envy of the world, but in an era of government-bashing, it has been allowed to crumble.
Even without the Clean Power Plan, dozens of White House environmental regulations are still shifting energy use.
A sudden vacancy scrambles the prospects for the administration’s climate-change rules.
The Clean Power Plan is in bad shape, but the planet might not be.
The move raises the stakes of the presidential election for those concerned about global warming.
The president is proposing a big per-barrel fee. It won’t be passed by this Congress, but what about the next?
The U.S. government owns half of the land in 11 western states—but almost no one lives there.
The Justice Department is suing the automaker over illegal emissions-control software installed in thousands of diesel vehicles.
Tech companies and workers are vilified while longtime homeowners who fight high-density growth continue to profit from rising rents and property values.