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Obama Thinks Too Small on Climate Change

Obama Thinks Too Small on Climate Change

June 25, 2013 at 2:48 pm

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT 06/25/13 By Michael Shank Global climate change got little reprieve this week from President Barack Obama’s climate action plan, which was announced on Tuesday. Beyond the expected nods to renewable and clean energy, cuts to fossil fuel subsidies, vague references to international leadership, delegated direction […]

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5 Reasons Why Obama’s Climate Change Moment Mustn’t Be Missed

5 Reasons Why Obama’s Climate Change Moment Mustn’t Be Missed

June 24, 2013 at 2:46 pm

HUFFINGTON POST 06/24/13 By Michael Shank President Barack Obama must go big on climate change this Tuesday primarily because there will hardly be a better political moment available to him. If President Obama uses his speech to go soft — with meager caps on carbon emissions, weak investments in renewable […]

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US Admin and Public Supports IEA Report; Congress Remains Outlier

US Admin and Public Supports IEA Report; Congress Remains Outlier

June 17, 2013 at 10:40 pm

NATIONAL JOURNAL 06/17/13 By Michael Shank With carbon dioxide atmospheric concentration at 400 parts per million, Science Magazine reporting that the earth is warming much faster than previously thought, and a Government Accountability Office report citing the “high risks” that global warming poses to federal infrastructure and financing, it feels […]

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Cost of Inaction Will Be Great

Cost of Inaction Will Be Great

March 28, 2013 at 9:38 am

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH 03/28/12 By Michael Shank America’s commitment to tackle climate change just suffered setbacks with news that President Barack Obama might weaken the EPA’s greenhouse gas emissions regulations for new power plants, one of the president’s main levers to limit warming, and Science Magazine’s reporting that the earth is […]

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