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In the absence of stronger federal leadership, many states are enacting their own climate goals and policies. They serve as laboratories, demonstrating what's effective and informing national policy.

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Standards for Electricity GHG Emissions

Almost all carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the electricity sector are produced by power plants burning fossil fuels. The range in emission rates stem from differences in the type of fossil fuel used (generally coal or natural gas) and efficiency. …

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The return of reality-based governing?
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RGGI changes help both the environment and business
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Linking emissions trading programs can advance climate policy
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California leads the way on climate action
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Mixed results for clean energy in state elections
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Joint ICAP/NA2050 Public Workshop: Developing Industrial Benchmarks
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Impacts and Adaptation Options in the Gulf Coast

Introduction The central and western U.S. Gulf Coast is increasingly vulnerable to a range of potential hazards associated with climate change. Hurricanes are high-profile hazards that threaten this region with strong winds, heavy rain, storm surge and high waves. Sea-level rise is a longer-term hazard …

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Capturing CO2 Emissions to Produce Domestic Oil: NEORI and CO2-EOR’s Unique Solution
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Clean Energy Standards: State and Federal Policy Options and Implications

Executive Summary A transition from conventional fossil fueled electricity generation to clean energy offers several benefits—particularly the growth of new clean energy industries and associated jobs, diversification of energy supply, and reductions in the public health and environmental damages (especially …

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