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In Defense of Space Billionaires
The ultra-wealthy are going into space, and why that's a good thing
Paige Lambermont | December 3, 2021
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America Finally Admits Recycling Doesn’t Work
It’s time to admit the recycling mania is a giant placebo
Jon Miltimore | November 23, 2021
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Recent NIMBY Move Could Leave California in the Dark
California legislators have not only cut ties with reality—failing to see that they’re heading for ever more blackouts—they also want to cut their citizens’ last lifeline to reliable power when blackouts inevitably occur
Jon Hersey | October 7, 2021
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Special Interests are Again Pushing for Biofuel Subsidies
Lobbyists have managed to further imbalance the energy playing field and consumers will front the bill
Paige Lambermont | September 22, 2021
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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