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At first it seemed like simply one bad idea from one senator. But now we know the real story — a tangled web of public officials, polluter lobbyists, and efforts to gut the Clean Air Act.
“As far as we are concerned there should not and will not be an energy bill in 2010 without the pollution cap needed to unleash private investment in the clean energy economy,” said NWF’s Jeremy Symons.
A new Associated Press poll out this morning is giving a big boost to the prospects of a clean energy & climate bill in the Senate.
Americans for Prosperity had hoped to get their climate denial message webcast to over 40 events back here in the United States. Instead, those events witnessed students demanding clean energy — and one of the AFP speakers coming unhinged.
The eyes of the world are on the United States, which has the greatest capacity to lead the green economy renaissance that will lower pollution levels and safeguard our children’s future. Copenhagen remains a critical moment to engage all nations in a more ambitious global effort that keeps pace with the latest climate science.
Today we present part 2 of a 4 part series on the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen, where leaders from around the globe will come together to negotiate a new global climate treaty. The Boulder Bubble Local governments …
Today we present part 1 of a 4 part series on the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen, where leaders from around the globe will come together to negotiate a new global climate treaty. An 'all-in' bet for the …
PHOTO: (from left) Mike Williams, chairman of Alaska Inter-Tribal Council; Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico; Jerry Pardilla, executive director of the National Tribal Environmental Council; and John Echohawk, executive director of the Native American Rights Fund. Sitting in the ballroom …
The Senate Environment & Public Works Committee passed the Clean Energy Jobs & American Power Act yesterday on an 11-1 vote.
To commemorate Sen. Inhofe’s status as Big Oil’s MVP, the National Wildlife Federation has issued a limited-edition trading card with some of Sen. Inhofe’s career milestones.