New C2ES President Bob Perciasepe
C2ES is pleased to announce that Bob Perciasepe, deputy administrator of EPA, will become the organization’s next president. Perciasepe has spent more than 30 years as an environmental policy leader in and outside government. He will succeed Eileen Claussen, the center’s founding president. (Pictured: Eileen Claussen, Bob Perciasepe, C2ES Board Chair Theodore Roosevelt IV).
Options for Reducing Power Plant Emissions
EPA has proposed a new standard to limit carbon pollution from U.S. power plants, the single largest source. EPA’s proposal is a starting point for getting to a rule that delivers significant carbon cuts while ensuring the reliability and affordability of our electricity supply.
Toward a 2015 Climate Agreement
Nations are working toward a new global climate change agreement, to be reached in late 2015 in Paris. C2ES examines key issues in the negotiations, which offer a critical opportunity to craft a broad, balanced and durable agreement strengthening the international climate effort. (Photo courtesy of UNFCCC, via Flickr, trimmed to fit this space).