NRDC Expert Blog
This is part of a series of blogs on NRDC’s new report, “America’s Clean Energy Frontier: The Pathway to a Safer Climate Future”
Elections have consequences, and therefore a new administration can change the priorities of a federal agency such as the Department of Energy as they want, right?
The stock market is up some 7 percent since the election. Stock markets are an expression of confidence in future economic growth, because buying stock in a corporation means buying a share of its future profits. The market clearly thinks that the Trump presidency will be good for business.
Many consumers want their utilities to be leaders in the global effort to reduce climate pollution, especially since such leadership results in lower bills.
“The California housing crisis is even worse than we thought…California is the hardest state in the nation for people to buy their first home.
Co-authored with Nehmat Kaur and Sameer Kwatra