The former Chairman and CEO of Chicago-based Excelon, John W. Rowe discusses the future of energy production, pricing, and policy.
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Raising the cost of dirty power through carbon taxing won’t necessarily cure our addiction to gas and coal
The business of food is bad for the planet. But the problem isn’t just a first-world one.
GDP-linked carbon intensity targets lure wary parties to the climate negotiating table. But are these targets any more than a tease?
An energy policy analyst walks us through the muck on the Keystone Pipeline.
Cap-and-tax might be the best way to mitigate emissions after all.
MIT’s Howard J. Herzog explores the central issues involved in transforming carbon capture and storage (CCS) from a boutique technology to a broadly commercial one.