Energy Efficiency Scores Big at Super Bowl LI, But the New Falcons Stadium Will Raise the Bar

With Super Bowl LI fast approaching, viewing parties being planned and betting pools circulating around the office, of course the first thing we are all thinking about is energy efficiency! Just kidding. But even though it might not be front of mind, energy efficiency is making a big impact behind the scenes at one of [...]

Natural Gas Leaks Echo Decade-Old Finding

Reviewing the media coverage of EPA’s proposed natural gas emission standard rule in September, I was struck by some findings that echoed research from a decade ago. It seems that emissions of natural gas, like many other pollutants from the oil, gas, chemical and refining industry, are often systematically underreported.

Southeast Coal Exports: A Climate Shell Game?

Ulla Reeves, SACE’s Regional Program Director edited and contributed to this post. What has long been thought of as an energy issue primarily affecting the Pacific Northwest is now making its way to the Southeast: coal exportation.  While the exportation of coal out of Southeastern ports is nothing new, all signs appear to point to [...]