Silent majorities and dressing for success

You might have seen some news coverage lately about protesters dressed in cute salmon costumes and even cuter polar bear costumes, who delivered with...

Saving energy in mid-air

The term “as the crow flies” is often used to explain why the actual distance between two spots is shorter than the driving distance....

A “well-presented and logical” attack on popular environmentalism

It’s very hard to take on so-called environmentalists in a serious public debate, but in a guest post published on the Houston Chronicle’s Texas...

Back to school … wear comfortable shoes

CEA has in the past highlighted the problem volatile fuel prices pose to people on fixed incomes, but what about those on declining incomes? What...

Lining up to talk to the Manufacturing Czar

With American unemployment now at a 26-year high and much of the job loss a result of well-paying manufacturing jobs being “shipped overseas” as...

Modern Gushers

Last week we wrote about Peak Oil propaganda and how predictions of the death of the oil industry were grossly exaggerated. Later that week,...

Offshore drilling: Progress continues

A federal appeals court has given the go-ahead to ongoing exploration in Alaska's Beaufort Sea, throwing out a frivolous lawsuit that had threatened to...

Wasn’t the world supposed to have run out of oil by now?

Anyone who has been filling up at the pump for a while understands that oil prices often appear to defy logic. They may rise...

Talk about thinking outside the box, check out Chevron’s latest project

Traditional power meets alternative energy and Big Oil meets Silicon Valley in Chevron Corp.'s new project to use solar power to produce oil at...

Extreme pain at the pump in Mississippi, Montana

A new study looking at driving patterns, fuel prices and income levels around the country, measures how much people in different states are spending...
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