Document Coincides with One-Year Anniversary of Executive Order on GHG Reductions
Stephen Russell, Mary Sotos, Virginia Bostock, Michael Canes, Emil Dzuray, Robert Hardison, Rachael Jonassen, Julia Kalloz, Snapper Poche
This report provides tailored guidance to interpret the GHG Protocol Corporate
Accounting and Reporting Standard specifically
for the public sector.
For more information on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, please visit http://www.ghgprotocol.org/
Two countries that once eyed each other warily, India and the United States are building trust through mutually beneficial partnerships on climate and energy.
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.
In advance of the summit between President Obama and Prime Minister Singh as well as the United Nations climate change negotiations in Mexico, the World Resources Institute
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.
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.
Job growth in the wind industry
According to the [U.S.
The InterAcademy Council (IAC) released a report today detailing its findings on the processes and procedures of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Farmers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia could earn thousands a year in additional revenue if Congress passes legislation to create an interstate nutrient trading program – a cost-effective so
This working paper evaluates the opportunities for Pennsylvania farms to sell nutrient credits in a proposed nutrient trading program in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Though the practice of mountaintop removal mining (MTR) is perhaps best-known in West Virginia, it is one of the main drivers of forest change in the entire region of
By Nick Price and Logan Yonavjak on July 30, 2010
New maps from SeeSouthernForests.org show the scale of forest loss from surface mining in Appalachia.
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