28 02, 2018

Walcher: Traffic Lights Are Never Green

2018-03-12T14:52:56-04:00February 28th, 2018|Environment, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel When you sit at a traffic light, frustrated that it takes so long to turn green, consider that in one sense it never will. Traffic lights are among mankind’s greatest inventions for safety, and among our worst for the environment. Numerous [...]

23 02, 2018

Walcher: Maintain the Old or Buy the New?

2018-03-12T14:49:07-04:00February 23rd, 2018|Environment, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel When your car has a flat tire, a dead battery and needs an oil change, you have two choices. Take care of these tiresome but routine tasks, or buy a new car. Few of us can afford the latter option, and [...]

9 02, 2018

Walcher: Environmental street fighting

2018-03-12T14:41:54-04:00February 9th, 2018|Conflict of Interest, Environment, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel Kenny Rogers’ classic tune about the “Coward of the County” concludes with the pearl of wisdom that “sometimes you’ve got to fight to be a man.” As much as we wish otherwise, there are times when fighting cannot be avoided, especially [...]

5 01, 2018

Walcher: Exploring the Great Blue Frontier

2018-01-17T10:33:04-04:00January 5th, 2018|Environment, Media Coverage, Walcher|

by Greg Walcher, E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow As Appearing in the Daily Sentinel There was a time when people unhappy with their government, and no longer able to tolerate the situation, would simply go somewhere else, and set up their own new communities. That is largely the story of the western frontier, but it [...]

23 08, 2017

Houston Chronicle: Trump slow to deliver on promised energy overhaul

2017-09-05T21:51:07-04:00August 23rd, 2017|Energy, Environment, Media Coverage, Milloy|

by James Osborn Houston Chronicle WASHINGTON – Steve Milloy, a regular on Fox News and publisher of the blog JunkScience.com, has long railed against a culture within the U.S. government of pseudo-scientific research and overregulation that has held back America's energy industries. With President Donald Trump in the White House, promising to roll back the [...]

23 03, 2017

Vermont Watchdog: EPA cuts could push environmental activists, regulators to reconsider priorities

2017-03-23T12:21:50-04:00March 23rd, 2017|Energy, Environment, EPA, Hardin, Media Coverage|

by Michael Bielawski Vermont Watchdog President Donald Trump’s proposal to cut the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget by 31 percent would mean an easing up on the EPA’s notoriously heavy-handed enforcement and push environmental groups to reset their priorities. The spending cuts — which are light years from a forgone conclusion — would also put pressure [...]

17 06, 2015

Horner’s Report from Belgium

2016-12-11T17:07:40-04:00June 17th, 2015|"Climate Change", 2015 Paris Talks, Energy, Environment, Horner, Pope Encyclical|

by Chris Horner E&E Legal Senior Legal Fellow I met with some old friends and colleagues in Brussels in June, discussing the sorry state of “global warming” politics here and at home. “Climate” is an obsession in Europe, a continent whose leaders insist on hobbling the rest of the world with policies they’ve inflicted upon [...]

11 12, 2014

Climate Daily News: Kemper Project Delays Seen Forcing EPA To Retool CCS Focus In NSPS

2014-12-12T14:53:08-04:00December 11th, 2014|Environment, FME Law, GHG Rule, Media Coverage|

Climate Daily News Significant construction delays and massive cost overruns at Southern Company's proposed Kemper carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Mississippi are creating problems for EPA's new source performance standards (NSPS) setting greenhouse gas (GHG) limits at new power plants, which relies on the project to justify a controversial GHG standard for new [...]

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