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Most people who work in green jobs don't work in "GREEN JOBS." They work in regular jobs that benefit from investment in clean energy technologies....

Mar 2, 2010 Blog Post
Repowering America's Homes, Businesses and Industry with Solar Energy

America has virtually limitless potential to tap the power of the sun. Solar energy is clean, safe, proven, and available everywhere, and the price of...

Mar 1, 2010 Report

Fiscal conservatives and clean energy advocates agree that loan guarantees for new nuclear reactors are a waste of taxpayer money. Frontier Group research contributes to...

Feb 4, 2010 Blog Post

In 2009, the nation installed nearly 10 gigawatts of wind energy capacity, an increase from 2008 despite an economic downturn that took a bite out...

Jan 26, 2010 Blog Post

America can't slash global warming pollution without reducing emissions from vehicles. And we won't be able to reduce emissions from vehicles if we continue to...

Jan 15, 2010 Blog Post

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

Jan 4, 2010 Blog Post

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...

Dec 14, 2009 Blog Post
State Leadership in the Fight Against Global Warming and What it Means for the World

Even during the Bush administration, when the federal government stood in the way of action to address global warming, state governments were taking innovative steps...

Dec 10, 2009 Report

Our new report, America on the Move: State Leadership in the Fight Against Global Warming and What it Means for the World , shows that...

Dec 4, 2009 Blog Post

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."...

Dec 1, 2009 Blog Post

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