by Jeff Spross Oct 30, 2013
The one thing missing was an actual case that the Obama administration's regulations are destroying coal jobs.
by Bryce Covert Oct 29, 2013
The cause of the explosion and the role regulatory agencies played are still unknown six months later.
by Jeff Spross Oct 24, 2013
The agency's June 2014 regulations will cut emissions from existing power plants, so it's seeking comment on how to do it from 11 different cities.
by Jeff Spross Oct 16, 2013
How we overestimate the costs and underestimate the benefits of environmental regulation, again and again and again.
by Bryce Covert Oct 11, 2013
OSHA has furloughed 90 percent of its staff in the shutdown, leaving it only able to respond to serious emergencies.
The fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people could result in a fine that pales in comparison to the damage caused.
by Jeff Spross Sep 27, 2013
By implementing of Obama's climate action plan -- and with a little bit of luck -- America can hit our 2020 goal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
by Alan Pyke Sep 23, 2013
Three days of worker protests shut more than 100 factories in Bangladesh.
by Richard Caperton - Guest Contributor Sep 17, 2013
On Tuesday, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will consider Ron Binz for the next chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Contrary to the Koch-backed attacks, he's a great fit for the job.
by Jeff Spross Sep 13, 2013
The disproportionate greenhouse impact of a small portion of U.S. power plants shows how damaging inefficiency and inertia can be.