Newspaper Articles – Bonner R. Cohen

Battle Lines Form Over Renewable Fuel Decision

Sitting on opposite sides of the fence, refiners and producers of biofuels are anxiously awaiting a decision by the Obama administration on the amount of renewable fuels Washington will mandate for

Greens Lose in Midterms

The Democratic Party suffered significant losses in the Nov.

Congress, White House in Keystone Showdown

The much-delayed Keystone XL pipeline has taken center stage in Washington, DC in the wake of the 2014 midterm elections.

Storm Brewing Over New EPA Ozone Standard

With Republican majorities both Houses, the incoming Congress is likely to be unreceptive to the Obama administration’s regulatory agenda and could pose resistance to the Environmental Protection A

Nevada Ranchers Challenge Federal Stranglehold on Land

In May, a month after Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s dramatic standoff over grazing fees with United States Bureau of Land Management, ranchers and land-rights activists in the northern part of the

Fracking Debate Splits the Environmental Movement

Fracking Debate Splits the Environmental Movement By Bonner R. Cohen

Fracking Report Clears Way for California Oil and Gas Production

Fracking Report Clears Way for California Oil and Gas Production By Bonner R. Cohen

Conservationists, Wind Industry Clash over Minnesota Eagle Deaths

Conservationists, Wind Industry Clash over Minnesota Eagle Deaths

Showdown Looms over Federal Wind Subsidy

With Congress returning from its August recess, proponents of extending a federal subsidy to the wind-energy industry—the production tax credit (PTC)—say they plan to leave no stone unturned in the

EPA Carbon Rule Dooms Efficient Coal Plant

One of the nation’s most efficient, clean-burning coal power plants will be shuttered in a few years because bringing it into compliance with the U.S.