Don’t heave a sigh of relief just yet. Environmental activists are planning even more mischief.

A Trump presidency is widely expected to be friendly towards the traditional energy sector. But the oil and natural gas industry shouldn’t get complacent; environmental groups are already making plans for—and making hay out of—the expected future opposition.

/ November 15, 2016

The dangers of politicizing the SEC

Thanks to eight decades of stable financial disclosure requirements, the U.S. has built one of the most admired securities markets in the world. Yet there are new efforts to politicize these existing securities laws which could throw this investor certainty...

/ July 28, 2016

Crabs, Bees and Gene Simmons, Oh My!

While perusing the pages of NRDC’s onEarth magazine we learned two things: the greatest threat to mankind is in the form of starfish murderers – err – king crabs; and the Rocky Mountain bee has a shorter tongue now than it did...

/ October 7, 2015

Secrecy at EPA

Washington DC has always been known for being a close-knit town where mutual interests in shared outcomes seem to form quite easily – and recent reports of emails between EPA and environmental groups have not helped this reputation.

/ July 16, 2015