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Not too long ago, those who predicted that we'd soon have millions of gasoline-free electric vehicles on the road risked being called wild-eyed dreamers. Now, we're the pessimists.

This morning, the New York Times editorial page took notice of our recent report, America on the Move , citing the pioneering clean energy work of cities and states.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is out this morning with a sneak preview of its forecast for U.S. energy use through 2035. There's a fair amount of (relative) good news in the forecast, but...

Our new report, America on the Move: State Leadership in the Fight Against Global Warming and What it Means for the World , shows that while America is far from doing what is necessary on...

Last week, the Los Angeles Times ran an editorial labeling nuclear power as "a failed experiment of the past, not an answer for the future." The editorial fully agrees with the conclusions of our recent...

The private operators of Chicago's parking meter system are bringing in $1.1 million in revenue every week. That's a lot of quarters. So many, in fact, that analysts are yet again questioning whether Chicago got...

The continued degradation of America’s waterways by industrial pollution – and the unwillingness of the state and federal governments to take the necessary action to stop it – is one of the great “hidden in...

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