SOURCE: The Atlantic
Not Just Oil: The Electricity Industry Fed Climate Change Denial for Decades
Like the petroleum industry, America's electric utilities deliberately sowed confusion about the growing scientific consensus on climate change in order to influence policy and protect profits.
Powerline Politics in the 1970s and Today
by Tyler Priest
Environmental activists have forged anti-pipeline alliances with rural landowners using the issue of eminent domain. History shows that this might boomerang if farmers oppose the new electric transmission lines that will be needed to implement green electrification.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
Texas’s Power Grid Failing Shows why Biden Needs to Go Big on Infrastructure
by Teal Arcadi
The lesson of the Interstate Highway system is that when it comes to large and necessary infrastructure programs, opportunistic partisanship is better than laboriously building a bipartisan coalition.
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