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Super Pollutants to Face Bipartisan Battle in Congress

Super Pollutants to Face Bipartisan Battle in Congress

December 8, 2014 at 10:48 am

HUFFINGTON POST 12/04/14 By Michael Shank and Rep Scott Peters This autumn was a significant time for climate action and raising awareness about climate change, featuring the massive People’s Climate March and the United Nations’ Climate Summit. Despite these events, Congress hasn’t acted. But there is an opportunity for Congress […]

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Go After Super Pollutants

Go After Super Pollutants

October 20, 2014 at 9:50 am

THE HILL 10/20/14 By Michael Shank and Rep Scott Peters (D-CA) Last month was a significant time for climate action and raising awareness about climate change, featuring the massive People’s Climate March and the United Nations’ Climate Summit. Despite these events, Congress hasn’t acted. But there is an opportunity for […]

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Has the Calculus on Climate Talks Changed?

Has the Calculus on Climate Talks Changed?

September 16, 2014 at 5:22 pm

NATIONAL JOURNAL 09/16/14 By Ben Geman and Clare Foran WHAT INSIDERS ARE SAYING HAS THE CALCULUS ON CLIMATE TALKS CHANGED? Is there reason to believe that next year’s U.N. climate negotiations in Paris will succeed where past negotiations have failed? If so, why? Read the question here. “The calculus has […]

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Congress vs. the Super Pollutants

Congress vs. the Super Pollutants

December 11, 2013 at 3:01 pm

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT 12/11/13 By Michael Shank and US Congressman Scott Peters Despite clear warnings of a new climate normal, we still have not made significant progress in Congress to address the root causes. Global climate change has resulted in devastating consequences, but Congress and the president remain […]

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A Quick Climate Cure: Stopping Super Pollutants

A Quick Climate Cure: Stopping Super Pollutants

December 9, 2013 at 5:44 pm

ROLL CALL 12/09/13 By Michael Shank and US Congressman Scott Peters With gridlock gripping Washington, D.C., and preventing action on even simple fronts, it’s hard to see how Congress and the president will agree on good climate action policy. But the need is clear. Examples of extreme weather occurrences seem […]

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