Mexico Border Wall to Have Solar Panels Says Donald Trump

June 22, 2017 – In the too funny for words category of Trumpian announcements, yesterday’s boasting and reveal in Iowa, while addressing a political rally there, had President ... Continue Reading →

Flogging the “Clean Coal” Dead Horse: The Latest Trump Environment and Energy Strategy

June 18, 2017 – The Trump fascination with coal mining is hard to understand when one shines a light on today’s energy industry in the United States. Coal is no longer cost ... Continue Reading →

An Alt-EPA is Developing in the United States

June 15, 2017 – As the Trump administration guts the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure climate change is no longer its focus, former employees and those who may ... Continue Reading →

Asgardia: Humanities Nation in Space?

June 14, 2017 – If you have not heard of Asgardia, you are not alone. Started through initial funding from Russian businessperson and scientist, Igor Ashurbeyli, the goal is to ... Continue Reading →

The EV30@30 Campaign

June 11, 2017 – The Electric Vehicles Initiative (EVI) is a policy forum focused on the worldwide adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Formed in 2010 its membership includes Energy ... Continue Reading →

Nine U.S. States Create Climate Alliance to Fight Climate Change

June 5, 2017 – The backlash to President Donald Trump’s announcement to pull out of the non-binding Paris Climate Agreement displays the determination of sub-jurisdictions ... Continue Reading →

Science and Technology No Longer Have a Place of Prominence in the White House

May 31, 2017 – President Donald Trump has yet to appoint a senior level scientist to advise him within the White House. Considering his choices for science-sensitive cabinet positions, ... Continue Reading →

Surprise: The Country That Can Most Impact Climate Change Isn’t the United States or China, It’s India

May 30, 2017 – In the last week experts on China’s population have questioned whether the government’s population figures are accurate. These experts feel the numbers ... Continue Reading →

Seas Rise While King Trump Pushes Back Against the Tide of Climate Change Action

May 27, 2017 – The G7 (Group of Seven) meetings in Italy will end today with a communique of common action by its members representing the world’s largest democratic economies. ... Continue Reading →

Litigating Against Those Who Contribute to Climate Change and Pollute the Commons

May 24, 2017 – In downtown Boston sits a park known as the Boston Common. Established in 1634, it was set aside for common use for the citizens of Boston. Sold to the city by ... Continue Reading →