Our new map shows the states that were polluter allies’ biggest targets in the final two months of the 2012 election.
Corporate polluters and other dirty energy interests spent more than $270 million on television ads in the last two months of the 2012 campaign cycle, with more than $31 million spent on energy-related ads.
Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan's economic plans would interfere with air pollution protections, benefit Big Oil, and threaten public health and safety.
The American Energy Initiative: A Focus on the Outlook for Achieving North American Energy Independence Within the Decade
CAP Senior Fellow Daniel J. Weiss testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power.
CAP Senior Fellow Andrew Light testifies before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power.
Jessica Goad explains how the Republican candidates for the presidency and vice presidency of our nation would drill, slash, and sell our public lands to benefit a few well-connected businesses and individuals.
Richard W. Caperton, Matt Kasper, and Nicholas Richter explain why Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan's energy plan would reward oil and gas companies while leaving renewable energy industries behind.
Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have a clear vision for America’s energy future. They want to continue lucrative tax breaks for Big Oil companies while slashing investments in clean energy technologies that create U.S. jobs and keep the United States competitive in the global marketplace.
The American Energy Initiative: A Focus on Growing Differences for Energy Development on Federal vs. Non-Federal Lands
Public Lands Project Director Christy Goldfuss testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Energy and Power.
Daniel J. Weiss and Seth Hanlon show why Mitt Romney's tax plan would benefit highly profitable large oil companies that already enjoy lucrative tax breaks.