President Obama this week announced $8.3 billion in federal loan guarantees to help build two new nuclear reactors in Georgia, but environmental groups pushed back against the form of alternative energy they called "inherently dangerous." Gwen Ifill talks to both…
With five days left before Election Day, the presidential contenders hit critical states Thursday, including Ohio and Florida, both of which President Bush won in 2004. Ray Suarez details Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama's latest moves.
Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are honing their stances on climate and energy policy, focusing on issues like the federal gas tax and offshore drilling. Advisers for each campaign examine the energy policy debate.
Rapid growth in Las Vegas has caused tension between urban and rural areas about the strain on Nevada's natural resources. The battle over water and energy use has raised debate about the need for conservation and alternative sources of energy.
By PBS NewsHour
For six years, Cape Wind -- a proposed 130 turbine wind energy project in Nantucket Sound -- has polarized residents of Cape Cod and mobilized advocacy groups both for and against what would be the nation's first offshore wind energy…
In the last installment of a series on climate change, a New York University physics professor who advocates carbon-free energy explains his perspective on wind power, solar fission and other technologies.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The world needs to significantly change its use of energy resources and cut greenhouse gas emissions in order to stem rising global temperatures, according to a U.N. climate report issued Friday.
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