Subsidies really do matter to the US oil & gas industry -- one in particularA new analysis measures the concrete impact that US fossil fuel subsidies have on the profitability of US oil & gas projects. One subsidy in particular makes a substantial difference. 
Volts podcast: Rep. Sean Casten on Hot FERC SummerA long and nerdy conversation with Congress's resident clean-energy expert about the crucial role the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will play in…
Discussion thread: what do you think of carbon border taxes?Both the EU and US Democrats have recently proposed carbon border taxes on good from countries without stringent climate policies. Do you think they'll…
Volts podcast: rampant environmental rule-breaking and how to fix it, with Cynthia GilesMost people don't know it, but US environmental rules & regulations are routinely violated, in some cases at rates higher than 50%. An expert in compli…
On climate policy, there's one main thing and then there's everything elseIn the next few weeks, Democrats will decide which climate policies will be included in the upcoming reconciliation bill. They must prioritize clean el…
Volts podcast: treating fossil fuels like nuclear weapons, with Tzeporah BermanThe storied Canadian activist has created a template for a global agreement to cap and reduce fossil fuel production. I talked with her about why it's …
There is no "moderate" position on climate changeYears of denial and delay mean that there is no non-radical future available for the US. It's radical climate action or radical climate impacts. As inf…
Volts podcast: Saul Griffith and Arch Rao on electrifying your houseElectrifying everything in your home (and garage) can improve comfort and quality of life, but right now, it's often an expensive hassle. These guys ha…
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