Environmental groups are finding out that mindlessly opposing jobs, domestic energy, and safety doesn’t fire up mobs of people. An estimated 35,000 showed up to a D. C. rally to oppose the popular Keystone Pipeline. Environmental groups are in search of a mission. Their success in the 1970’s benefited all Americans now like the BRAC Commission of the 1980’s, they are in search of a mission because just safeguarding their successes doesn’t pay the salaries and raise money well enough. They have to find threats under every potential of progress. That is a shame. Environmental groups could become innovative and help us to move to the next phase. We need better energy sources. I believe the key is to rally behind safe, clean, and effective storage of energy. We need, for lack of a better term, the better battery. We need massive energy storage. This will make renewable sources such as solar and wind more effective. Instead of rally against the Keystone Pipeline just because they don’t like oil. They need to rally behind giving huge prizes for innovation. They need to rally to keep the windpower tax credits. They need to rally to give tax incentives to keep solar power being produced here in the United States. It is time for the Environmental movement to be for the future instead of against the present.