Where Russian Sanctions Stand
What countries are sanctioning Russia, and how effective are those sanctions?
Paige Lambermont | May 2, 2022
There’s Nothing Scientific About Censorship
Al Gore’s 2009 warning on vanishing polar ice and the perils of censoring ‘misinformation’
Jon Miltimore | March 22, 2022
German Aid to Ukraine Signals a Shift in its Energy Outlook
Despite its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, Germany has decided to pursue a more energy independent future
Paige Lambermont | March 17, 2022
West Virginia is Ending its Nuclear Power Plant Ban
More straightforward legislation would help fix broken regulatory systems
Paige Lambermont | February 24, 2022
Meet Sarah Bloom Raskin, Federal Reserve Nominee
Biden’s latest anti-freedom, anti-energy nominee
Star Parker | February 9, 2022
Nimbyism: The Consequence of Environmental Regulations
Stringent, outdated conservation laws are being used to stop dense, environmentally-friendly housing projects
Scott Beyer | February 3, 2022
Germany Shutters More Reliable Nuclear Plants
The country's climate policies are divorced from it's goals
Paige Lambermont | January 28, 2022
Can Underground Power Boost Urban Resilience?
Moving power lines underground would reduce outages, but is a complicated and expensive prospect
Scott Beyer | January 13, 2022
Private Space Regulations Have Alarming Ambiguity
Can a global agreement supplant federal regulation, or is space exploration in the U.S. the Wild West?
Paige Lambermont | January 6, 2022