Posts written by Denis Du Bois

About the Author:
http://energypriorities.com
Denis founded Energy Priorities Magazine on Earth Day 2004 and hosts the radio program by the same name distributed by NPR. He has authored hundreds of cleantech articles for a variety of publications, ranging from Sustainable Industries Journal to the New York Times, and he has been interviewed by major news outlets, including FORTUNE and MSNBC. He lives in the Seattle, WA area. Follow him on Twitter: @Cleantech. Contact him here. Disclosure information.

Will Corporations Save Us From Climate Change?

It’s pretty clear that the federal government is now out of the business of leading the way on climate change. Can America’s CEO’s fill this leadership vacuum?

What’s in a Word? Ask Environment Writer Robert Macfarlane

Language adapts to extreme change. How is English normalizing the effects of global warming? Will terms like hundred-year flood become poetically nostalgic?

Pay for Performance Efficiency Incentives: Beyond the Pilot

Pay for Performance sketch

Pay-for-Performance is nothing like traditional utility programs, and it’s catching on nationwide. Will your next deep retrofit be a P4P? Continue reading

2017 Energy Priorities: Repositioning for a Retropolicy Term

(OPINION) Our thirteenth year of publication doesn’t look lucky. But luck is for the ill-prepared. Continue reading