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Some Big Successes As U.S. Election Casts Long Shadow On Climate

Some Big Successes As U.S. Election Casts Long Shadow On Climate

November 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Tuesday’s election wasn’t a complete rejection of climate action and the promise of the low-carbon economy. But there is no mistaking that the results made the ground game to cool the planet much harder. In the decisive defeat of California’s Proposition 23 and the re-election of Senator Barbara Boxer, voters showed that climate action and […]

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Some Big Successes As U.S. Election Casts Long Shadow On Climate, Climate Action Hotline 11.3.10

Some Big Successes As U.S. Election Casts Long Shadow On Climate, Climate Action Hotline 11.3.10

November 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Peter Bahouth, Executive Director November 3,2010 Some Big Successes As U.S. Election Cast’s Long Shadow On Climate Tuesday’s election wasn’t a complete rejection of climate action and the promise of the low-carbon economy. But there is no mistaking that the results made the ground game to cool the planet much harder. In the decisive defeat […]

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Gulf Oil Disaster Prompts Calls For Comprehensive Solution:  President Obama and advocates press for new national climate and energy bill

Gulf Oil Disaster Prompts Calls For Comprehensive Solution: President Obama and advocates press for new national climate and energy bill

June 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

By Keith Schneider US Climate Action Network On June 2, a day before BP announced it had sheared through a leaking pipe at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, one of the very few steps forward in the company’s 44-day campaign to staunch the worst oil disaster in American history, President Barack Obama pressed […]

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All Eyes To The Future: American Power Act’s Imperiled Pragmatism

All Eyes To The Future: American Power Act’s Imperiled Pragmatism

May 18, 2010 by · 3 Comments 

By Keith Schneider US Climate Action Network Over 70 years ago, in the General Motors-sponsored Futurama exhibit at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, an estimated 10 percent of all Americans were transported across a landscape of innovation and optimism that became the economic and cultural foundation of the great American century. The Futurama exhibit […]

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The Hour of Choosing Arrives: American Power Act Introduced in Senate

The Hour of Choosing Arrives: American Power Act Introduced in Senate

May 12, 2010 by · 4 Comments 

By Keith Schneider US Climate Action Network In a long-awaited proposal designed to secure existing domestic energy sources and develop new ones that begin to reverse the damaging effects of global climate change, New England Senators John Kerry and Joe Lieberman today introduced comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation. The co-authors of the bill, one […]

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