New Poll Shows Voters Are Ready To Pay To Blunt Climate Change

New Poll Shows Voters Are Ready To Pay To Blunt Climate Change By Tom Kenworthy on June 11, 2014 at 10:10 am CREDIT: Shutterstock If this keeps up, more politicians may learn to love climate change as a political issue. A new poll from Bloomberg shows that by nearly a …

Bretton Woods Bulletin February 2014 :

  February 2014       Please find below the highlights of the Bretton Woods Bulletin February 2014, including: A Comment piece on the World Bank’s mechanisms by Andrea Rodriguez Osuna and Astrid Puentes; An At Issue briefing on the new brics bank by Sameer Dossani; A Guest Analysis piece on the IFC’s much-criticised investment in Tata’s Assam …

NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines: CALIFORNIA NEW ENERGY GOES FROM VENTURE CAPITAL TO BIG CAPITAL

NewEnergyNews      Daily Headlines                                               http://www.NewEnergyNews.net/   TODAY AT NewEnergyNews, October 7: * TODAY’S STUDY: CALIFORNIA NEW ENERGY GOES FROM  VENTURE CAPITAL TO BIG CAPITAL * QUICK NEWS, October 7: SOLAR AND THE …

Alternative Energy: EV Could Make Up 1/4 Of Ford Sales By 2020

Alternative Energy EV Could Make Up 1/4 Of Ford Sales By 2020 New Japanese Feed-in Tariff Rates The Climate Consequences of Arctic Oil Drilling Melbourne Is Now A Certified Carbon Neutral City Theoretical Limit Of Solar Cell Efficiency Probably Broken New Energy Label For Car Tires Indian State Of Punjab …

Update to U.S. smart grid framework released and this week’s alternative energy headlines

Update to U.S. smart grid framework released State urged to beef up clean energy policies to create jobs The Power of.. Solar Power (Infographic) Global businesses support increased investment in renewable energy Street Talk: What Innovations Would Make Cities More Livable? China to Invest $90 Billion In Smart Grid Technologies …

The Good News About Coal

The Good News About Coal www.earth-policy.org/book_bytes/2011/wotech13_ss3 Earth Policy Release Book Byte June 28, 2011 During the years when governments and the media were focused on preparations for the 2009 Copenhagen climate negotiations, a powerful climate movement was emerging in the United States: the movement opposing the construction of new coal-fired …