As an innovative but controversial green energy financing mechanism picks up steam, hacked communications from a former White House official provide previously unreported insight into the confluence of public policy, private investment, and political money that helped fuel its rise.
Two green energy companies made six-figure donations to a North Dakota Native American tribe days after the tribe began protesting a controversial oil pipeline that passes near its reservation, a review of tribe documents shows.
The U.S. Navy handed out a $334 million contract for solar power without having a good way to determine whether the project would be cost effective.
West Virginia’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate said Monday he would not support Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending over $50,000 to publish a book about the relationships between humans and trees.
As leading Democrats pursue racketeering charges against ExxonMobil, a lobbyist for a company accused of helping the oil giant deflect criticism of its environmental record is raising campaign cash for Hillary Clinton.
The threat of a devastating cyber attack on the U.S. electrical grid is increasing due to the Obama administration’s politically correct policies that spend vast sums on green and smart grid technologies while failing to secure power grids from cyber attack.
The Obama administration siphoned $500 million that could have gone toward combating the Zika virus into a U.N. effort aimed at mitigating climate change.
The State Department is planning to spend $90,000 for a film festival about climate change in India.