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Before Big China Climate Conference, New Senate Support For Clean Energy, Climate Action Hotline 9.28.10

Before Big China Climate Conference, New Senate Support For Clean Energy, Climate Action Hotline 9.28.10

September 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

September 28, 2010 Before Big China Climate Conference, New Senate Support For Clean Energy On September 22, 12 days before China hosts its first UN climate conference in Tianjin, a group of Republican and Democratic Senators sent a rare bipartisan signal to the world that the United States has not abandoned the hard work of […]

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Before Big China Climate Conference, New Senate Support For Clean Energy

Before Big China Climate Conference, New Senate Support For Clean Energy

September 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

On September 22, 12 days before China hosts its first UN climate conference in Tianjin, a group of Republican and Democratic Senators sent a rare bipartisan signal to the world that the United States has not abandoned the hard work of reducing climate emissions and speeding the clean energy transition. The group introduced a bill […]

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Big Oil’s Challenge to California Climate Law Draws Fire From… Big Oil

Big Oil’s Challenge to California Climate Law Draws Fire From… Big Oil

September 21, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Public interest groups, city halls, and even one of the state’s largest refiners are fighting back against a tide of money pouring into California from three oil companies bent on enacting Proposition 23, the November ballot initiative intended to suspend the state’s pioneering climate action law. Of the $8.2 million spent by supporters of Prop […]

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Big Oil’s Challenge to California Climate Law Draws Fire From… Big Oil, Climate Action Hotline 9.21.10

Big Oil’s Challenge to California Climate Law Draws Fire From… Big Oil, Climate Action Hotline 9.21.10

September 21, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

September 21, 2010 Big Oil’s Challenge to California Climate Law Draws Fire From… Big Oil Public interest groups, city halls, and even one of the state’s largest refiners are fighting back against a tide of money pouring into California from three oil companies bent on enacting Proposition 23, the November ballot initiative intended to suspend […]

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Climate Action Heats Up as Summer Wanes

Climate Action Heats Up as Summer Wanes

September 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

By Keith Schneider US Climate Action Network Congress resumes after a long August recess and the concerted influence of the climate community will focus this month on protecting EPA’s authority to act on global warming and pushing the agency to be more aggressive. First order of business: blocking rogue proposals this week that are attached […]

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Climate Action Heats Up as Summer Wanes, Climate Action Hotline 9.14.10

Climate Action Heats Up as Summer Wanes, Climate Action Hotline 9.14.10

September 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

September 14, 2010 Climate Action Heats Up as Summer Wanes Congress resumes after a long August recess and the concerted influence of the climate community will focus this month on protecting EPA’s authority to act on global warming and pushing the agency to be more aggressive. First order of business: blocking rogue proposals this week […]

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Rockefeller Delay Measure Would Give Air Polluters A Free Pass

Rockefeller Delay Measure Would Give Air Polluters A Free Pass

September 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

By Keith Schneider U.S. Climate Action Network More than 1 billion tons of coal are mined and burned in the United States each year, almost all of it to generate electricity in the nation’s more than 600 coal-fired utilities. Those utilities pour 2.67 billion tons of climate changing carbon emissions into the atmosphere every year, […]

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The Gulf’s Exploding Platform Underscores Week of Menace and Surprise

The Gulf’s Exploding Platform Underscores Week of Menace and Surprise

September 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Just a day after oil companies sponsored the first of seven rallies to protest the Obama administration’s moratorium on new offshore exploration, another oil platform exploded off the Louisiana coast. Initial news reports said one person was injured and 13 people were rescued from Mariner Energy’s Vermillion 380 platform, which operates in 340 feet of […]

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The Gulf’s Exploding Platform Underscores Week of Menace and Surprise, Climate Action Hotline 9.2.10

The Gulf’s Exploding Platform Underscores Week of Menace and Surprise, Climate Action Hotline 9.2.10

September 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

September 2, 2010 The Gulf’s Exploding Platform Underscores Week of Menace and Surprise Just a day after oil companies sponsored the first of seven rallies to protest the Obama administration’s moratorium on new offshore exploration, another oil platform exploded off the Louisiana coast. Initial news reports said one person was injured and 13 people were […]

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