In This Issue:
U.S. CLIMATE POLICY: TOWARD A SENSIBLE CENTER
The Pew Center on Global Climate Change and the Brookings Institution co-sponsored a conference bringing together senators, CEOs, federal and state officials, and other prominent leaders to debate the future of U.S. policy on climate change. View archived webcasts or read the transcripts for individual speakers. 
ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE: NEW PEW CENTER REPORT
A new Pew Center report, "Coping with Global Climate Change: The Role of Adaptation in the United States ," discusses the importance of adapting to climate change, the options available, and the challenges involved.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY, CLIMATE CHANGE AND OUR NATION'S ENERGY FUTURE
Eileen Claussen recently spoke at the Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, D.C. Her message was that energy efficiency is a critical component of both a climate-friendly energy policy and an economy-friendly climate policy. Read her speech. 
NEW CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAMS IN THE STATES
Many states are taking the lead in reducing GHG emissions and, at the same time, providing valuable lessons for policy-makers at the federal level. For example:
Learn more about these and other steps taken at the state level .