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“Bite-Sized” Solutions For Climate Change May Not Be Enough

11/17/2010 // By Max Greenberg

Last month, President Obama told the National Journal that he plans to address climate and energy through a suite of “bite-sized” policies smaller and less complex than a comprehensive bill: “[W]e still need an energy policy in this country. I […] Read more >

Automotive Xprize–still more super-efficient vehicles are here today

9/17/2010 // By NWF

This post was written by Zoe Lipman, Senior Analyst of Climate and Energy Policy for National Wildlife Federation. Yesterday on the lawn of the DC Historical Society, the Xprize foundation awarded $10 million in prizes to three teams who built […] Read more >

NWF Releases Oil Spill Legislative Agenda

6/29/2010 // By Global Warming Staff

The BP oil spill is by far the worst environmental disaster in American history. The most immediate challenge is to stop the leak, clean up and contain oil, and assist the people of our Gulf Coast. But the national response […] Read more >

In Advance of Tar Sands Federal Hearing, Members of Congress Say Don’t Rush to Dirty Fuels

6/24/2010 // By Tony Iallonardo

Fifty members of Congress yesterday asked the State Department not to rush to approve a TransCanada Corporation dirty fuels pipeline, citing the need for further study of the fuel’s potent greenhouse gas emissions.  The letter comes just days before a […] Read more >

Video – Tar Sands Pipeline Too Risky for Montana

6/6/2010 // By Tony Iallonardo

As ugly images emerge from the Gulf Coast of wildlife oiled and dying from BP’s gigantic spill, the Obama Administration is rushing to build a pipeline to funnel an even dirtier fuel, known as tar sands via a massive pipeline. The […] Read more >

A Cajun Call for Clean Energy

5/11/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

This past weekend, about 200 residents from the New Orleans area signed a huge banner with bold personal messages to express deep concern over America’s continuing addiction to oil. Read more >

Obama: “Don’t Give Up” on Carbon Cap

2/4/2010 // By Miles Grant

  President Obama delivered a clear message to Senate Democrats yesterday — just because comprehensive clean energy & climate legislation is hard doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing: “Don’t give up on that,” Obama said in a televised question-and-answer session […] Read more >