Energy is Not a Talking Point – It’s a Critical Resource
Energy / Politics / Presidency / Presidential Race 2016

Energy is Not a Talking Point – It’s a Critical Resource

One of the final questions of the second presidential debate was perhaps one of the more substantive policy questions asked throughout this chaotic election season. While the rest of the internet has focused on Ken Bone and his striking red sweater, the content of his question was equally striking: “What steps will your energy policy … Continue reading

If Pop Stars Were Clean Energy, Miley Cyrus Would Be Corn Ethanol
Culture / Energy / Environment

If Pop Stars Were Clean Energy, Miley Cyrus Would Be Corn Ethanol

Since we can’t stop using energy, it’s necessary to use as clean a form of energy as economically and sustainably possible. I’ve already mentioned power sources with potential and likened them to pop stars in the press. Here’s a few more alternatives: A pop star with country roots but a less wholesome trajectory is Miley … Continue reading

If Pop Stars Were Clean Energy, Taylor Swift Would Be Natural Gas
America / Culture / Energy / Environment / Politics

If Pop Stars Were Clean Energy, Taylor Swift Would Be Natural Gas

If Keystone XL is the Kim Kardashian of energy, what is Taylor Swift? Obviously Miss Swift is natural gas. Media and music darling, Taylor Swift (aka T-Swift) has spent the last few years cultivating the perfect image: “The patriarchy-friendly, virginal, good, pure, feminine, pretty blonde girl that has been an American ideal for decades,” says … Continue reading

Energy and Economics Conference
America / Energy / U.S. Domestic Policy

Energy and Economics Conference

On Thursday January 24th the National Journal hosted a policy summit conference exploring how renewable energy innovation is transforming how the economy is driven, and how the economy is influencing energy production. President Obama addressed the need to move forward with clean energy in his inaugural address; this policy summit was the coming together of … Continue reading