December 3, 2012 Archives
RealClearEnergy Afternoon Edition
Pressure Grows on Obama to Decide Keystone
- CER News Desk, CSM
Suddenly It's Susan Rice Who's the "Fat Cat"
- Jim Kouri, Examiner
Are US Shale Resources Being Overstated?
- Jon Hurdle, AOL Energy
The Folks That Shale Has Made Millionaires
- Daily Reckoning, Bus. Insider
We Can Still Avert The Worst on Climate Change
- Ed Davey, Guardian
Studies Question Our Carbon Allies: Soil, Plants
- Robert Krier, Kenn. Jour.
Public Moved on Climate, Will Obama?
- Bauerlein & Jeffrey, Moth. Jones
3 Things That Won't Change w/ US Independence
- Chris Neiger, MF
New Hope for Advanced Batteries
- James Greenberger, Energy Collective
Now That's What I Call Energy Research!
- Alex Madrigal, Atlantic
RealClearEnergy Morning Edition
Obama Keystone Call May Preview Energy Plan
- Josh Lederman, AP
Why Isn't Obama Embracing a Carbon Tax?
- Mijin Cha, American Prospect
Obama's Chance to Fix Climate Politics
- Becker/Gerstenzang, USA Today
Let the States Regulate the Gas Bounty
- Mark Maddox, Wash Examiner
Lobbyists Trying to Halt State Green Mandates
- Ken Silverstein, Forbes
Chicago's Battle of the Efficient Roofs
- Elizabeth Daigneau, Governing
DOE Launches Its Battery Manhattan Project
- Carl Franzen, TP Memo
The 75-Watt Bulb Has a Dim Future
- Caroline Winter, BusinessWeek
U.S. Gas Boom Could Kill Eco-Cars
- David Booth, National Post
Americans Are Giving Diesels a Second Look
- Doron Levin, Fortune
Why Hybrid Cars Are Dying
- Bill Howard, ExtremeTech
How To Make a Bundle on Energy Efficiency
- Jeffrey Ball, Slate
Should You Pay Attention to the UN Climate Talks?
- Michael Levi, CFR
Chaos and Uncertainty Fom Inside Fukushima
- Hiroko Tabuchi, NY Times
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