Cool the Earth


The blog comes from the writer's PhD thesis in Environmental Economics. As it comes down to it, the blogger states that turning back climate change is about the survival of our civilization.

Council on Environmental Quality


Coming straight from Washington, D.C., the heart of the United States, the Council on Environmental Quality works to develop effective environmental policies and initiatives. As one of the White House blogs, you can rest assured that this blog is official.

Here’s What They're Saying About President Obama’s Clean Power Plan:
by Dan Utech, Rohan Patel almost 3 years ago
Climate Change is a National Security Issue
by Robert Diamond almost 3 years ago

Environmental and Urban Economics


The author of this blog is a professor at UCLA who holds an interest in economics. On this blog, you'll find his thoughts on environmental and urban issues, which are, inevitably, from an economic perspective.

Market Access and the Rise of Positive Assortment in Urban Marriage Markets
by Matthew Kahn over 2 years ago
Does Facebook Cause (Meta) World Peace?
by Matthew Kahn over 2 years ago

Environmental Crimes Blog


If you have a taste for legal matters, you should definitely visit this blog. Here, you'll find detailed descriptions of environmental crimes and their enforcement (or lack thereof).

ALI CLE Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Crimes Conference
by Walter James about 4 years ago
Local Fort Worth Company Investigated
by Walter James over 4 years ago

Environmental Justice Blog


The next State of Environmental Justice In America 2012 Conference will be held in the nation's capital in May 2012. This blog addresses issues that will be at the forefront of discussion.

EJ 2020 Action Agenda
by noreply@blogger.com (E J B) about 3 years ago
NEJAC Earth Day Teleconference
by noreply@blogger.com (E J B) about 3 years ago

The Oil Drum


One of the main goals of this blog is to make the public aware that we are incredibly reliant on energy, but that its sources are diminishing. Energy has a profound role in society, and these bloggers are working to ensure that people are filled in.

The Oil Drum writers: Where are they now?
by Euan Mearns over 4 years ago
The Last Post
by Euan Mearns over 4 years ago