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Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative Plans 1 GW Solar by...

Through a new partnership between the Departments of Energy (DOE), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Agriculture (USDA), Health and Human Services (HHS), Veteran’s Affairs (VA)...

Lisa P. Jackson Leaves Lasting Legacy at EPA

A month after announcing her retirement as administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Lisa P. Jackson, the first African American to...

EPA’s Balance between Environmental Benefits and Costs

What good is a clean river if you’ve got no jobs?

Republicans Continue to Dis Mother Nature

Did Mother Nature do something to tick off Republicans or what?

American Labor is Part of the Environment, Too.

Grass roots groups appear to ignore the economic impact on real workers.

Sexual Harassment Allegations Hamper Hastings

In June of 2011 it blew up in the press: Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) was being investigated for sexual harassment.  New information regarding the...

New Regulations vs. New Hiring: Why Can’t They Just Get Along?

The tenuous employment growth in December may finally give us some hope that our economy has the strength to overcome even a Jon Huntsman deficit (except more possible). But...

Hope & Change are Real – I’ve Seen It

Fast-forward four years later, and many young people and black people have started to wonder if President Obama will keep true to candidate Obama promises and rhetoric.

Obama Overrides EPA on Smog Regulations

The EPA standards could have resulted in as many as 7.3 million lost jobs and up to $1 trillion in compliance costs by 2020.

House Committee Questions EPA Chief on Electric Power Rules

On Monday, the chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Fred Upton, R-Michigan, sent Environmental Protection Agency Chief Lisa P. Jackson a letter asking the nation’s top environmental officer about existing and pending regulations that may impact the electric power sector.