The Wall Street Journal has a blog called Energy Roundup.
The Energy Roundup collects and analyzes the day’s news in everything from oil to gas, from ethanol to wind power. Our sources include media from around the world. It is updated daily by WSJ.com Markets Editor Mark Gongloff and other WSJ.com editors and writers.
I know, I know, many are likely to say, “But it is the Wall Street Journal and they are rightwing scum.” Hold on though, and look at this post on Global Warming and Cap-n-Trade programs vs. Carbon Taxes.
It seems inevitable that, some day, Congress will pass legislation meant to cut greenhouse-gas emissions. And it seems likely that said legislation will involve a “cap-and-trade” system, putting a cap on emissions and creating a system of carbon permissions that can be traded on the open market.
The post really doesn’t take a stance on the issue and instead gives a brief over-view of each policy, links to who supports each policy, and the problems with each policy. Overall, if you are interested in energy issues, like me, then you should add this blog to your list of blogs to read.