Whatever happened to Arizona’s support for policies to protect our environment? Where has our sense of environmental responsibility gone?
Earth Day is April 22nd. This marks the 46th Earth Day, and over the years it has taken on many different meanings for many different people.
In the Spring of 1987, Ray Harm sat on the veranda of his solar-powered ranch house on the edge of arroyo in Browns Canyon -- explaining climate change to me.
The biggest clean energy story in 2014 may well be our Story of the Year again come next December: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.
Four years ago, I wrote an article for a national magazine on what to make of the 2010 mid-term elections and its implications for energy policy.
Earlier this week the New York Times published an article about how environmental issues have become a major force in political advertising during this election cycle.
Arizona is about to begin an important discussion on the cost benefits of solar energy. The discussion is scheduled for May 7 as part of a series of workshops the Arizona Corporation Commission has scheduled to examine the impacts of innovation on the utility business model.