Clark Williams-Derry, deputy director, leads Sightline's research and outreach efforts. Clark brings considerable powers of data geekery to blog topics like climate change and transportation patterns. Previously, Williams-Derry served as senior analyst with the Environmental Working Group. Find his full bio here. Email: clark [at] sightline [dot] org.
Ambre Energy's financial backer makes money by finding a bigger sucker.
Does Washington's new road forecast spell the end of "build now, pay later"?
There's only so long a coal company can make money betting that coal prices will fall.
Longer life spans a sign of better health north of the 49th parallel.
Exclusionary zoning is the problem, not the answer.
To create inclusive housing, end exclusionary zoning practices.
The bad news for the coal industry keeps rolling in.
A poorly designed study assumes that breaking the law is "business as usual."
A coal stock sell-off suggests that coal investors ignore export news.
The "thin green line" of the PNW puts Ambre in its place.