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European Parliament Decision On ETS

This post first appeared on Lenz Blog The European Parliament decided on Tuesday against a proposal to increase prices for carbon permits under the European Emission Trade System. German Economy Minister Rösler is happy about that decision, which proves conclusively that it is wrong. It also proves that the world will perish if the FDP gets over 5% of the vote in the upcoming elections in Germany. They need to be defeated decisively if humanity wants any hope of … Read More

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Energy Efficiency Bill Reintroduced Into Congress (VIDEO)

This article originally appeared on the website of the NRDC (video added). Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) this week reintroduced bipartisan legislation to speed the transition to a more energy efficient economy and save consumers money by promoting available efficiency technologies for homes, businesses and industrial facilities. Franz Matzner, associate director of government affairs for the Natural Resources Defense Council, joined Sens. Shaheen and Portman at a Capitol Hill press conference announcing … Read More

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Carbon Bubble: $6 Trillion Of New Investments At Risk

This article first appeared on RenewEconomy Call it an act of the greatest folly, or simply one of greed. But it seems that the world’s energy companies are hell-bent on spending up to $6 trillion of shareholder funds and bank debt in the next decade on fossil fuel investments – assets that could well become stranded and worthless if the world acts to limit climate change. This is the conclusion of a new report on … Read More

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