Climate

The polls are in – and the cost of energy means a lot to consumers

A new poll carried out by the University of Chicago yielded an unsurprising discovery: Americans are not willing to pay higher the higher costs associated with tackling climate change.

/ September 19, 2016

Previewing Paris: U.S. to Spend an Additional $38 to $45 Billion to Meet 2025 Goals

As the world meets in Paris at the United Nations (UN) Conference on Climate Change during the first two weeks in December, it is important to take note how the U.S. has already regulated greenhouse gases (GHGs). According to American...

/ November 11, 2015

A Letter From Marathon Petroleum Corporation’s President and CEO to Pope Francis

A year before Pope Francis and President Obama met, MPC’s President and Chief Executive Officer Gary R. Heminger appealed to the Vatican to consider the plight of millions around the world who face energy poverty. Below is the letter Heminger sent to...

/ September 23, 2015

Climate Change Effects Are Simple Logic. Unless They’re Not.

This July 13 article in the New York Times (I know, please stay with me here) discusses the linkage between climate change and human health.

/ September 21, 2015