The Clean Air Act would spur energy efficiency upgrades, boosting competitiveness for many U.S. manufacturers.
By Franz Litz and Nicholas Bianco on November 8, 2010
Given the built-in limitations on EPA authority contained in the Clean Air Act, fears of agency “overreach” are misplaced.
By Stephanie Hanson, compiled by Aliza Wasserman on September 20, 2010
While federal climate
change legislation has
stalled, federal agencies,
states, and Congress made
some progress on controlling
greenhouse gas emissions in
the past two years.
The United States could
become a leader in wind
energy jobs with the right
policies in place.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy and Environment blog.
Could a major industrialized country be powered entirely by renewable energy? Germany wants to be the first to try.
The German Embassy and the World Resources Institute will be hosting an event to discuss policies for Germany and the United States to move to a low-carbon future, as part of the German government’s “Transatlantic Climate Bridge” initiative.
The American Materials Manufacturing Alliance makes misleading arguments in letter to Senators Kerry and Lieberman, calling for EPA to redo its modeling of the American Power Act.
Senate climate legislation still needed.
By Franz Litz and Nicholas Bianco on July 23, 2010
A new WRI report looks at what greenhouse gas emissions reductions could be achieved through federal and state regulations that are already in place.
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