It's 27 degrees in Laneville today. Here's the news—
New York Times (Tweet)
One of the worst winter storms in years has plunged large parts of the United States into a deadly energy crisis. It may be a glimpse of America’s future.
David Wallace-Wells, New York Magazine (Tweet)
More system failures loom as the weather becomes more extreme. But disasters can also serve as needed wake-up calls.
Bryan Walsh, Axios (Tweet)
Economists are urging the U.S. government to adopt a higher number for the social cost of carbon emissions.
Ben Geman, Axios (Tweet)
The crisis gripping Texas' power grid is very different from California's fiery emergencies in recent years, but there's connective tissue there: Electricity grids and infrastructure need to be better equipped for a changing climate or they can have deadly consequences.
Paul Waldman, The Washington Post (Tweet)
They want us to believe the Texas blackouts are the fault of the Green New Deal, a proposal that hasn't been implemented there, or anywhere.
Newsletter by Eric McDaniel.