Bay Sense

One of my favorite things about Technorati is that I find new and interesting sites. Today I found Bay Sense. Wowie. … More Bay Sense

Direct Access Battle Lines In California

Here’s an interesting San Jose Mercury News article from Tuesday about electricity policy in California. As I mentioned earlier in this post, there are competing electricity bills in the California legislature right now, and one of the issues of contention is direct access. The Mercury News article focuses on direct access and the Governor’s support … More Direct Access Battle Lines In CaliforniaMore Direct Access Battle Lines In California

Terry Anderson On Economic Growth And The Environment

Terry Anderson of PERC is one of my favorite people on the planet. He’s a good economist and an effective communicator of an optimistic vision of the positive relationship between economic growth and environmental quality. As such, he’s always been a role model for me. Terry’s got a commentary on this subject in Front Page … More Terry Anderson On Economic Growth And The EnvironmentMore Terry Anderson On Economic Growth And The Environment

Mcteer On Energy Intensity

Robert McTeer of the Dallas Fed had a commentary on energy in Tuesday’s WSJ (sub. req.). His argument is basically that our economy has become less responsive to energy price volatility, and therefore we should not be as concerned about the negative consequences for the economy from high oil and natural gas prices as we … More Mcteer On Energy IntensityMore Mcteer On Energy Intensity

We Are *still* Not Running Out Of Oil

Don Boudreaux beat me to the link to this Adelman article from Regulation magazine. I read it on the train home from work Monday night, and it is definitely worth a read and will provide much-needed perspective on the politicized oil question. See also Steve Verdon on Hubbert’s Peak, one of the most misunderstood and … More We Are *still* Not Running Out Of OilMore We Are *still* Not Running Out Of Oil