In the Iowa debate, a Fox anchor cornered the candidates into a loyalty oath.
Exelon Corporation isn’t just hoping to get the federal government’s money and help for projects like the innovative solar power facility it wants to build on Chicago’s south side. It’s also been spending lots of money to lobby for them.
The city and Exelon are moving ahead with plans to create the largest urban solar power plant in the country. How much will it cost us?
Chicago stands to benefit from a cap-and-trade carbon emissions market via the Chicago Climate Exchange, and the environment might as well. But it’s worth taking a skeptical look at the plan.
Congress is moving slowly, but midwestern leaders have already forged their own plan for a carbon cap-and-trade system. Henry Henderson, one of its architects, explains how the market, and commercial self-interest, can be used to cut back on pollution.
After years of inaction, there’s suddenly movement at almost every level of government to deal with climate change.
There are increasing signs that the federal government may actually take on greenhouse gas emissions.