Newsletters

  • Click here to view our July 2011 newsletterThe Pew Center's July 2011 newsletter explores how climate change and extreme weather are connected, highlighting our new extreme weather map, a series by Scientific American on extreme weather, and updated science Q&As.
  • Click here to view the newsletterOur June 2011 newsletter looks at what businesses say about the future of low-carbon innovation, our new podcast channel, and the Pew Center's co-sponsorship of a new national awards program with the EPA to recognize exemplary leadership on climate change. Read more.
  • Click here view the newsletterThe Pew Center April 2011 newsletter looks at George Mason University's Center for Climate Change Communication Climate Change Communicator of the Year award, of which Pew Center's own Jay Gulledge is a nominee; the Business of Innovating; the State Federal Workshop; and more. 
  • Click here to view the newsletterThe Pew Center February 2011 newsletter looks at how we are demystifying climate issues, our new transportation report and white papers, climate change and national security, and more.
  • Click here for the newsletterThe Pew Center's 2010 Year in Review newsletter to looks at the COP 16 in Cancun, extreme weather, GHG regulation, and more.Visit the 2010 Year in Review page for a more complete list of Pew Center projects in 2010.
  • Click here for the NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's November 16, 2010, newsletter to learn more about the extreme weather events, federal agencies' climate adaptation activities, and greenhouse gas regulation under the Clean Air Act.
  • Click here for the E-NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's August 11, 2010 newsletter to learn more about the federal leadership in climate adaptation workshop, agriculture and climate change, and our new publications.
  • Click here for the E-NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's June 29, 2010 e-newsletter featuring a Politico op-ed by Pew Center President Eileen Claussen and Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers who call for passing a meaningful energy and climate bill this year that caps emissions from the utility sector first.Additional newsletter highlights include:An analysis of business support for legislationComparison charts of key energy-climate bill provisionsEnergy EfficiencyPlug-in Electric Vehicles
  • Click here for the E-NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's May 20, 2010 newsletter to learn more about the Kerry-Lieberman climate and energy bill, the case for clean energy and climate policy, and our new reports.
  • Click here for the E-NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's March 17, 2010 newsletter to learn more about clean energy jobs, the energy efficiency conference, and climate science realities.  
  • Click here for the e-newsletter.  Visit our March 4, 2010 e-newsletter to learn more about our April corporate energy efficiency conference.
  • Click here for the E-NewsletterVisit the Pew Center's annual year-in-review e-newsletter for highlights from Copenhagen, Congress, climate science, and other significant action over the past year. For a listing of the Pew Center's 2009 publications and events, click here.