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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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Larger Meaning of ‘Use it or Lose it’

Larger Meaning of ‘Use it or Lose it’

July 10, 2008 at 10:20 pm

THE HILL 07/10/08 By Michael Shank That Congress is pressuring oil companies to “use it or lose it” on public lands is understandable enough given constituent discontent with rocketing petrol prices (article, “Energy bill out of gas,” July 8). But this narrow and nebulous agenda is near-sighted for two reasons. […]

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