NRDC Expert Blog
(What follows is an abridged version of the comments I delivered on a side event panel on Ensuring Offset Quality sponsored by the Climate Action Reserve at COP15.)
Clean tech is very much on the radar screen here in Copenhagen as a key solution to climate change. The U.S.-based Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) have just released a report entitl
Historically, the federal government protected pristine wilderness quality lands by designating them as "wilderness study areas." The Bush adminstration, however, agreed to a policy that prohibits the Bureau of Land Management from designating such lands as wilderness study areas.
Twilight has descended upon Lindytown, West Virginia. In this heartbreaking true tale, one family has decided to stay in its beloved home, even though all of the neighbors have moved on in the face of Massey Energy's burgeoning mountaintop r
Maybe its geography's gift to Copenhagen, sitting astride two great seas -- the Baltic and the North -- but this is a great city for fresh air.
HidroAysén, the company behind the plan to build five mega-dams on two of Patagonia’s most pristine, wild rivers, has proven again why its proposal should not be approved. Several times over the past year and a half the company has had the opportunity to produce a good, quality report about