"More than 12 years ago, at Harvard University, I proposed a new energy paradigm: resurgence of nuclear power. At that time, interest in nuclear power in the United States was stagnant. That is no longer the case. Both the American people and the international community show renewed interest in nuclear energy.
America’s economic strength is due in large part to a surface transportation system that has historically ranked among the best in the world. Maintaining and enhancing that system to meet the transportation needs of the 21st century is therefore a critical national priority.
Even with an economy-wide, cap-and-trade program at the federal level, states should be active partners in addressing climate change.
Former Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Policy Center's National Transportation Policy Project, testified on Thursday, October 29 to the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on the transportation sections of the climate change bill and the relationship of NTPP’s report and recommendations to those provisions.&nb
Climate change and its impacts are becoming apparent now throughout the United States and are projected to increase in the future. This report, which contains a compilation of seven research studies by major state universities around the country finds that nine states across the U.S.
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s National Commission on Energy Policy awarded the University of Tennessee’s Biobased Energy Analysis a grant to undertake an economic analysis of the economic costs and benefits from a Federal RPS policy to agricultural counties in Colorado, Florida, Kansas, and North Carolina.