House embraces regulatory reform
The U.S. House of Representatives moved to rein in the White House by increasing congressional scrutiny of federal regulations.
States challenge federal control of western lands
A debate over the future of tens of millions of acres between the eastern rim of the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
U.S. oil and gas reserves soar
Continuing a trend that has sent ripples through global energy markets in recent years.
Greens lose in midterms
The Democratic Party suffered significant losses in the Nov. 4 midterm election, representing a serious setback for policies pushed by environmental groups.
Congress, White House in Keystone showdown
The much-delayed Keystone XL pipeline has taken center stage in Washington, DC in the wake of the 2014 midterm elections.
Showdown looms over federal wind subsidy
Wind energy is an unreliable, expensive, and environmentally destructive option.
EPA carbon rule dooms efficient coal plant
A similar fate awaits coal-fired power plants throughout the country.
California solar towers blamed for massive bird kills
A giant, state-of-the-art solar power complex in the Mojave Desert is incinerating birds.
Farmers, ranchers oppose EPA water grab
Calling for Congress to step in and force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw its regulations.
North Carolina lifts fracking moratorium
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) signed into law a bill ending the Tarheel State’s moratorium on energy production via hydraulic fracturing. Fracking to Begin in 2015 The governor’s action ends a 2012 moratorium | Read More »
Cayman Islands coral reefs experiencing dramatic comeback
Wind company fined for eagle deaths
This article originated at heartland.org. In what appears to be a precedent-setting case for renewable energy projects’ impact on wildlife, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) fined the owner of two wind farms in Wyoming $1 million for killing 14 | Read More »