#89 - September 11 2022
Ironically, despite robust opposition from GOP Governors, it will be red states that benefit most from tax credits in the IRA Bill.
#88 - August 17 2022
This week we look at why the big winners of the new Inflation Reduction Act are not the pure EV vehicle manufacturers.
Video - August 8 2022
In the first of a series of video conversations, Michael Sonnenfeldt explains how the MIT Climate Model works to solve the climate crisis.
#87 - July 20 2022
Today, we’re going to open your eyes to a popular misconception about America's energy independence.
#86 - July 4 2022
The US is still the second largest producer of carbon emissions in the world. However, there are many things we can do to counter our nation’s damage to the environment, beginning in our own homes.
Video - June 15 2022
Our Editor-in-Chief recently shared his thoughts on investing in the clean energy transition, in public and private equity and venture capital, with members of Tiger 21, the premier network for high-net-worth individuals.
#85 - June 8 2022
Today we discuss an op-ed written by Sam Sankar, an Earthjustice leader, for The New York Times warning of a radical new approach by the Supreme Court that could have very dangerous consequences for the environment.
#84 - May 27 2022
In their zeal to protect their specific interests, some environmental groups are hindering progress of critically needed clean energy infrastructure projects. This week we report on an example of this well-intentioned but misguided fanaticism.
#83 - May 18 2022
Is it possible that Sen. Joe Manchin is the hero we need right now? Banging Democrat and Republican heads together, negotiating a climate change Bill AND a fossil fuel energy Bill, what exactly is this bipartisan crusader up to?
#82 - May 12 2022
We like a tidy house here at The Climate Capitalist, so we are taking advantage of the present global volatility and uncertainty to clean up our Clean Energy portfolios. Today we share a few spring cleaning thoughts.
#81 - May 9 2022
#80 - May 3 2022
Last week we attended the largest Offshore Wind conference in North America. In short: we were blown away. The companies involved and emerging technologies on display all create a compelling forecast for investors.
#79 - April 25 2022
This week we reveal that only a modest fraction of the money pledged by billionaires to philanthropic causes has been deployed into climate solutions. This needs to change if we are to achieve the estimated 80 trillion needed to fix climate change.
#78 - April 13 2022
This week we size up author Kim Stanley Robinson’s remarkable science fiction novel ‘The Ministry for the Future’ and find it to be part cautionary tale, part guidebook to a better tomorrow. And frighteningly plausible.
#77 - April 6 2022
Last week, we attended MIT’s annual student-led Energy Conference. This week we recap the presentations from a veritable who’s-who of global leaders from industry, government and academia.
#76 - March 25 2022
This week we explore how the Exxon Mobil proxy contest and Carl Icahn’s emotionally driven attack on McDonald’s over their practice of caging pregnant pigs are signals of a new era of shareholder activism.
#75 - March 16 2022
With the demise of Build Back Better, climate change needs bipartisan solutions. So today we propose ‘The Manchin Domestic Oil and Gas Production Supply Act’, an Oil and Gas policy Joe Manchin could put his name to and really make a difference.
#74 - March 10 2022
Dartmouth College is the largest per student CO2 emitter in the Ivy League. This week we submit a short essay on why that is and suggest what they might do about it.