Jeffrey Ball

Scholar-in-residence Stanford. Writer on energy & environment in The Atlantic, FortuneMagazine, etc.

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A writer on energy and the environment, scholar-in-residence at Stanford’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, and a lecturer at Stanford Law School. He is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

Formerly environment editor for the Wall Street Journal, he also writes its Power Shift column on energy and the environment

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California leads the nation in reducing greenhouse emissions, but Governor Jerry Brown concedes that’s just the beginning.

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Estimates of the  amount of oil spilling  into the Gulf of Mexico continue to rise, and BP may defer or reduce its second-quarter dividend in response to the public uproar encouraged,…

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BP is no longer trying to stop the gusher of oil in the Gulf of Mexico, but today  efforts to contain it  ran into trouble.

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