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    A Better Way for the U.S. Government to Clean Our Water

    When it comes to allocating money for conservation, reverse auctions can help governments get the biggest bang for their buck.

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    A New Climate for the Forest Products Industry

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    p>The forest products sector holds an enormous stake in the coming economy defined by resource constraints, climate change policies, and shifting consumer values.

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    Bottom Line on Carbon Taxes

    Climate policy debates often feature discussions about the role of a carbon tax, either as an alternative or a supplement to a cap-and-trade program. This fact sheet describes the similarities and differences between the two policy approaches and answers other common questions about a tax on...

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    Bottom Line on Cap-and-Trade

    Cap-and-trade programs are the foundation of many climate policy proposals and have been a focus of debate in state, regional, and national legislatures. This fact sheet provides answers to some of the basic questions about cap-and-trade programs and reviews how such a system might work in the...

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    Statement on Senate Cloture Vote on the Climate Security Act

    Today a majority of the Senate sent a message to Americans and the rest of the world that they believe the time is now to confront climate change.

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  • Charts & Graphs

    Like many other requirements of the Clean Air Act (the Act), the standards of performance under section 111 are designed and implemented through a federal-state partnership. EPA lists the categorie

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    Summary of S. 2191

    Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act of 2008 Manager's Substitute Amendment...

    This is a summary of S.2191 Manager’s substitute amendment released on May 21, 2008. The substitute reflects a substantially revised version of S.2191. This summary is not exhaustive but does cover nearly all sections of the bill. It is divided into relevant cap and trade design element...

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    Leveling the Carbon Playing Field

    How can the U.S. maintain a competitive international playing field for carbon-intensive industries under U.S. global warming regulation?

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A Better Way for the U.S. Government to Clean Our Water

When it comes to allocating money for conservation, reverse auctions can help governments get the biggest bang for their buck.

Share

A New Climate for the Forest Products Industry

<

p>The forest products sector holds an enormous stake in the coming economy defined by resource constraints, climate change policies, and shifting consumer values.

Share

Bottom Line on Carbon Taxes

Climate policy debates often feature discussions about the role of a carbon tax, either as an alternative or a supplement to a cap-and-trade program. This fact sheet describes the similarities and differences between the two policy approaches and answers other common questions about a tax on...

Bottom Line on Cap-and-Trade

Cap-and-trade programs are the foundation of many climate policy proposals and have been a focus of debate in state, regional, and national legislatures. This fact sheet provides answers to some of the basic questions about cap-and-trade programs and reviews how such a system might work in the...

Statement on Senate Cloture Vote on the Climate Security Act

Today a majority of the Senate sent a message to Americans and the rest of the world that they believe the time is now to confront climate change.

Share

Like many other requirements of the Clean Air Act (the Act), the standards of performance under section 111 are designed and implemented through a federal-state partnership. EPA lists the categorie

Summary of S. 2191

Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act of 2008 Manager's Substitute Amendment...

This is a summary of S.2191 Manager’s substitute amendment released on May 21, 2008. The substitute reflects a substantially revised version of S.2191. This summary is not exhaustive but does cover nearly all sections of the bill. It is divided into relevant cap and trade design element...

Leveling the Carbon Playing Field

How can the U.S. maintain a competitive international playing field for carbon-intensive industries under U.S. global warming regulation?

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