November 1, 2007 E-Newsletter

Pew Center on Global Climate Change                                                                  E-Newsletter

                                    November 1, 2007
In This Issue
:: Feature: Pew Launches Coal Initiative Series
:: Letter from Eileen Claussen
:: Business
:: Pew's Perspective
:: Congressional
:: International
:: Donating to the Pew Center


Pew Launches Coal Initiative Series
The Pew Center has launched a series of white papers that explore strategies for addressing CO2 emissions from using coal to provide electricity. White Paper: A Program to Accelerate the Deployment of CO2 Capture and Storage: Rationale, Objectives, and Costs
Letter from Eileen Claussen
The Pew Center's President shares her thoughts on climate legislation recently introduced by Senators Lieberman and Warner.  
Travelers Insurance Company

Travelers Joins Pew Center's BELC
Travelers becomes the first insurance company to join the Pew Center's Business Environmental Leadership Council. (October 30, 2007)

Pew's Perspective 

The Pew Center's Markets and Business Strategies experts explain the need for manufacturers to address climate change. (Article appeared in U.S. Industry Today, September/October 2007)

Eileen Claussen shares her views on last month's major climate meetings on E&E TV's On Point. (October 1, 2007)


Senators Lieberman and Warner introduce their climate bill to Congress. (October 18, 2007)  

Looking Ahead to Bali: COP13

The Pew Center provides background information and key analysis on international climate efforts leading up to next month's United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali, Indonesia. (November 1, 2007)

International Carbon Action Partnership Formed to Address Global Warming

ICAP will provide a forum for members to share experiences, research, and best practices on the design of carbon trading schemes. (November 1, 2007)
Pew Center Statement
10 U.S. States Join ICAP


Donating to the Pew Center

We are at a critical juncture in the climate change debate. While it is clear that it while it will take decades to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to acceptable levels, it is equally clear that we must begin now. Your financial support will help us to continue to work toward environmentally effective and economically viable solutions to this time sensitive issue.

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