Now that the big Copenhagen climate talks are over, where does the U.S. go from here on passing a federal climate change bill? While a debate rages on whether Copenhagen was a net positive or negative, there are some strong … Continue reading
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Some “green economy” skeptics are scratching their heads over the recent desert protection legislation introduced by Senator Diane Feinstein (D-California). The measure would place off limits for solar development more than a million acres of public land. But the measure … Continue reading
The competing omnibus federal climate change bills both offer taxpayer subsidies for coal and nuclear power. Coal fuels 50% of electricity generation in the U.S. (70% in China) and makes the U.S. carbon footprint among the largest in the world. … Continue reading