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Energy Thought Summit

Paramount Theatre

One of the defining issues for this generation and for many to come is where will humanity draw its energy to power the future. The Energy Thought Summit seeks to bring the world's leaders in t


Power of the Wind

Hundreds of Texans invest in gigantic, one-of-a-kind wind farm

By Claire St. Amant

T. Boone Pickens' well-publicized financial woes in the wind farm business apparently haven't deterred other Texans from seeking their fortune in the emerging energy market. On Septembe ...


The Texas Lyceum

Texas values: Buffalo Altar: A Texas Symphony celebrates the Lone Star spirit — where oil & water mix

By Joel Luks

"But like I said, I ain't complaining," C.L. Pettigrew Sr., an 81-year-old oilman, asserts while looking back at six decades of drilling for black gold. He reminisces about the Goldsm ...


Debate It

What the frack is going on? UT study finds that fracking isn't to blame for water contamination

By Karen Labuca

Well here's your science lesson for today: What exactly is "fracking," aside from an alternative exclamation of contempt? With the costly controversy surrounding oil and gas price ...


$380 billion in savings?

Green Scissors brings the left and right together on a budget-cutting mission against subsidies

By Karen Brooks Harper

From federal beach projects to loan guarantees for a South Texas nuclear site, the United States can cut some $380 billion out of its budget and help clean up the environment at the same time, a co ...


Green Scissors

Unlikely coalition mixes tree-hugging and slash-and-burn politics to propose $380 billion in federal subsidies cuts

By Karen Brooks Harper

From federal beach projects to loan guarantees for a South Texas nuclear sites, the United States can cut some $380 billion out of its budget and help clean up the environment at the same time, a c ...


food for thought

Texas Tribune's "festival of Ideas" gets underway at UT with a banquet for the brain

By Karen Brooks Harper

Noisy and alcohol-soaked and covered in mud? Not even close. No live bands and not a single festival chair in sight. But then again, a political “festival of ideas” is a little diff ...


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