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Hydropower Wanes Amid a Dry Year in the American West
A Western drought year spells trouble for the region's usually reliable hydropower
Paige Lambermont | August 10, 2021
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Why Won’t the US Reprocess Spent Nuclear Fuel?
The problem is one of politics
Paige Lambermont | June 8, 2021
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Biden’s Climate Justice Plans Will Hurt the Global Poor
The President's boundless climate plan is too political to be grounded in reality
Revana Sharfuddin | June 2, 2021
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Can Solar Energy Actually Compete in a Free Market?
DEPCOM Power CEO Johnnie Taul explains why the free market future of solar energy is so bright
Foundation for Economic Education | April 28, 2021
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Nuclear Power Would Stabilize the Australian Power Grid
Will the government finally free up the use of this reliable energy source?
Paige Lambermont | February 23, 2021
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The Vast Growth Potential of Micro-Transport
This is part one in a seven-part series on the privatization of transport
Scott Beyer | December 4, 2020
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Why There Are More Fires in California Than the Southeast
The New York Times recently detailed why the solution to California's megafires begins with ending overzealous fire suppression
Jon Miltimore | September 21, 2020
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The Folly of ‘Growth Management’ Policies
The policies raise home prices, hinder urbanization, and may even worsen the “sprawl” they aim to prevent
Scott Beyer | September 10, 2020
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Not All Environmental Activism Is the Same
Separating science from quackery is an important step towards environmental progress
Scott Beyer | August 21, 2020