Newsletters

  • Negotiations in Doha, post-election climate prospects and tips to green the holidays.
  • Sandy's impacts, the C2ES voter guide, and leveraging natural gas.
  • Leading by Example, enhanced oil recovery, and an analysis of Keystrone XL.
  • Where the presidential candidates stand on key issues, new federal vehicle fuel economy standards and our perspective on therecord-low Arctic ice cover.
  • Climate risks to the Gulf Coast, fixing the National Flood Insurance Program, and EPA's proposed greenhouse gas emissions standard.
  • Rapid melting of Arctic sea ice and the geopolitics of the North, C2ES testimony at the Senate hearing on the Clean Energy Standard Act of 2012 and our Rio+20 side event on clean tech innovation.
  • Mexico's new climate change law, how the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy helps move the U.S. to a low-carbon economy and different market mechanisms for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Click here to view our March 2012 newsletter.Learn about new EPA power plant rules, an action plan to get more electric vehicles on the road, recommendations from the National Enhanced Oil Recovery Intiative to boost domestic oil production while cutting CO2 emissions from power plants, and more in C2ES's March 2012 newsletter.
  • Click here to view our February 2012 newsletter.Learn about the new international coalition aimed reducing short-lived climate pollutants, a framework for carbon capture and storage, and how federal agencies are incorporating climate adaptation into their decision making, the start of a clean energy standard conversation, and more in C2ES's February 2012 newsletter.
  • Click here to view our January 2012 newsletter.Learn about the Climate Leadership Conference, Australia's new carbon pricing mechanism, the Make an Impact energy conservation challenge, and more in C2ES's January 2012 newsletter.
  • Click here to view our December 2011 newsletter.C2ES's December 2011 features updates from the 17th annual Conference of the Parties (COP17) in Durban, South Africa, policy options for a clean energy standard, a blog post on the landmark new fuel economy standards, and more.
  • Click here to view the November 2011 newsletter.The November 2011 newsletter introduces the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, the successor to the Pew Center on Global Climate Change. The newsletter highlights how C2ES intends to advance practical solutions to the twin challenges of energy and climate change.