Climate Bill

The end is near, and it comes with breadsticks.
The state would be set up to reduce emissions 80 percent by 2050.
By embracing the fight against climate change, we can help make the United States a leader in clean energy jobs and economic opportunity, as well as environmental protection.
Climate change polluters don't have a lot to work with this election season. Since the vast majority of American voters have repeatedly said they support limiting the carbon pollution from power plants, fossil fuel companies and their allies are left trying to make even the weakest numbers sound good.
Reid has been growing ever more assertive on climate change. Last June, he said in a speech on the Senate floor that "we
However, divestment is only half of what's needed for investors and companies to get on the good side of history. The other
Waxman was seen as a formidable lawmaker and a fearsome investigator; his staff's report Thursday cited a news article from
"We know corruption is killing more kids than TB, AIDS, and malaria put together. There is a vaccine and it's called transparency."
Bruce Nilles, the director of the Sierra Club's "Beyond Coal" campaign, argued that the coal industry has always promised
Bad energy policy is not just polluting our planet; it is polluting our politics, and warping international relations. It is the invisible force holding nations in thrall to dictators, causing conflicts and repressing human rights.
You know, maybe if Gabriel Gomez had hired Josh Barro as a campaign advisor, he would have been more competitive in his U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts against Edward Markey.
Email and Twitter are flooded with joyful electrons in anticipation of Obama's big speech on global climate change Tuesday. Climate hawks also have a job to do. It's to demonstrate that there is political reward for leaders who confront the realities of global warming.
Local chambers of commerce serve as the trusted voice for millions of American businesses. Today these local chambers continue to shape the economic vitality of their cities and towns by helping businesses address big challenges in our energy landscape
Saving energy saves consumers money. Less pollution means better public health and cleaner lakes and rivers for all. Why would anyone argue that it's somehow smart to waste energy and money?
Since I "woke up" to the perils of climate change, I've been preaching about climate chaos and our responsibility to future generations in guest sermons in churches in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. I truly do believe that we baby boomers are in grave danger.
Given the domination of our political system by big money in this post-Citizens United world, the question is whether it will be possible for the U.S. government to take the large-scale political actions that are necessary to address climate change.