(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden revoked the Keystone XL pipeline’s federal permit, a move that an economist says could have far-reaching and hidden unintended consequences.
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ATLANTA — The unusual nature of the current pandemic-driven recession has put Georgia in a stronger economic position than could have been expected otherwise, the state’s chief economist said Tuesday.
(The Center Square) – With Ohio moving closer to vaccinating school employees with the goal of getting more students back in the classroom, state economists say a return to school statewide should provide a boost to the economy.
Shift state away from fossil fuels
The Tribune-Star editorial (Dec. 26, 2020) was right on point: “Indiana’s energy policy remains focused on slowing the move from coal to renewable sources such as wind, solar and natural gas. But clinging to that policy is unwise and wrong-headed.”
HOUSTON, Jan. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Gulf Energy Information ("Gulf") announces the launch of H2Tech, a working technology journal for the hydrogen sector that will be published quarterly in 2021. As the first technical publication devoted entirely to applications and trends for the hydrogen community worldwide, H2Tech is geared toward engineers and other professionals involved in hydrogen production technologies and applications progress on all spectrums--from gray and brown to blue and green, and beyond.
ATHENS — Economists from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will discuss the effects of COVID-19 on farming, highlight agritourism impacts in the state, and give a forecast of top commodities for the next year during the annual Georgia Ag Forecast.
(The Center Square) – A comprehensive educational funding reform effort pushed by the Ohio General Assembly into the next legislative session would substantially reduce what economists called inequality throughout the state.
BOSTON -- Economists painted a murky picture of the state's pandemic-battered economy on Wednesday, saying the depth of a revenue shortfall wi…
BOSTON -- With the state bleeding revenue, some economists are calling for tax increases to offset the need for layoffs and deep spending cuts.