“Stakeholder fatigue” threatens to tap the brakes on policy progress as many states move fast on decarbonization.
By Dan Gearino
Writing clean energy policies and implementing them is hard. It takes experts. Those people serve on task forces, stay up late writing policy briefs and fret over the details.
Dozens of residents registered their opposition to the permit, but council members claimed their hands are tied.
By Dylan Baddour, Martha Pskowski
The Arlington City Council on Tuesday authorized the creation of a new zone for drilling and fracking in a residential area, despite objections from neighbors in the North Texas suburb.
The multi-billion dollar Shell plant only became fully operational in November but by December it was already cited for exceeding some yearly pollution limits.
By James Bruggers
Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro on Wednesday announced that he had reached an agreement with Shell to pay $10 million in penalties because the company’s new plastic manufacturing plant in Beaver County near Pittsburgh put more pollution in the air in its first months of operation than its state permits allow.