The U.S. presidential election appears to be one of the most jaded, negative and divisive in decades. Unfortunately, the fallout for the losing party may be brutal.
While two contentious nominees vie for the presidency, and even afterward, energy will continue to make the world go ’round.
The rule, which goes into effect on Oct. 17, applies to facilities that emit 100,000 metric tons (mt) of GHGs annually, but lowers that threshold over time.
With the media increasingly polarized and much greater opinion-based editorializing, Stratas Advisors believes the Commission on Presidential Debates will be challenged to select reasonably objective and credible moderators.
While the candidates will share their visions on the nation’s economic health and their plans if occupying the White House, much of their speeches will be critical of each other’s policy direction.
A handy reference guide outlining the presidential candidates’ views on energy policy and positions.