In This Issue:
Eileen Claussen recently spoke at Stanford University's Sustainability Days Conference. She talked about the continuing political struggle between those who believe we need to act decisively to meet the challenge of climate change and those who resist change, and offered a plan for moving forward. Read her speech .
While technological change occurs naturally as companies compete in the marketplace, climate policies can spur additional or "induced" technological change (ITC). "Induced Technological Change and Climate Policy " explores the use of ITC in climate policy, using state-of-the-art economic modeling and analysis.
A comprehensive look at emissions targets  for quick reference and comparison (August 2004)
Is there a connection between the recent hurricane activity and global warming? Some are suggesting the 2004 hurricane season is unprecedented, but is it? Get the facts on hurricanes and global warming. 
States are taking action to reduce GHG emissions:
Learn more about these and other steps taken at the state level. 
"Observed Impacts of Climate Change in Natural Systems in the United States "
Release Date: November 10, 2004