Budget doubling defended; Innovating for innovation; Better environmental treaties; Managing military reform; Not just for kids; Science and foreign policy; Biotech regulation; Research on patents; Yes to an RPS
Research funding flat in 2009 as budget stalls; NASA funding boost authorized; Climate change proposals multiply; Big boost in energy R&D funding supported
Michael M. Crow
Shawn Lawrence Otto, Sheril Kirshenbaum
Donald F. Boesch, Gerald E. Galloway, Robert R. Twilley
Practical Pieces of the Energy Puzzle: Climate Change: Think Globally, Assess Regionally, Act Locally
Charles F. Kennel
Daniel Sperling, Sonia Yeh
The most direct and effective policy for transitioning to low-carbon alternative transportation fuels is to spur innovation with a comprehensive performance standard for upstream fuel producers.
A regulatory system that rewards energy companies for innovations that boost efficiency can appeal to environmentalists and industry alike.
Anup Bandivadekar, Christopher Evans, John Heywood, Lynette Cheah
Helping moderate-income households invest in energy-efficient cars, appliances, and home retrofits would benefit financially struggling families as well as the U.S. economy.
Michael J. Feuer
Melissa S. Anderson