Shouldn't companies get involved now instead of waiting to see what governments come up with on their own?
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"Hampshire's students inspired me. My generation is leaving a world in a precarious state. Their generation will have to address the problems of global warming, ecosystem destruction, loss of biodiversity and toxification we have created."
The secret? Simple: just invest 25 billion a year in clean-energy innovation. That's right; it's just the opportunity every big-oil Republican shill and coal-state Democrat has been waiting for.
Two weeks ago, BP America, Caterpillar Inc. and ConocoPhillips decided not to renew their membership in the US Climate Action Partnership.
Duke Energy announced today that it has left the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, the dirty coal front group lobbying against Congressional action on climate change.
Not only did the bill clear a major hurdle on Thursday night, but it did so with the backing of lawmakers from across the nation, representing a wide range of energy needs.
Republicans are no longer "pro-business," they're pro some businesses, specifically old-line energy companies and utilities.
We have 228 days until the international climate negotiations begin in Copenhagen, but today stands out among them.
Elizabeth Kolbert, author of the 2006 global warming book Field Notes from a Catastrophe, has a piece in the New Yorker today titled "Donating to the ...
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