7 Posts Tagged "EPA"

Ensia: Pay Now or Pay More Later

Posted on April 10th 2014 | 0 comments
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This open letter, co-authored by Jeremy Proville and first published on EDF Voices, was written ...
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(This post was first published on EDF Voices.) The Office of Management and Budget is nerd heaven: a bunch of people getting their professional kicks from analyzing federal ...
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Trying to put the rebound effect for energy efficiency in its rightful place is like playing a game of wack-a-mole. Predictably every couple of years, someone new discovers the counter-intuitive appeal of showing how more efficient energy policies may lead to more energy use. Wham! Told yo ...
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When Foreign Policy magazine went looking for 10 problems President Obama "could solve right now," they put global warming on the list. Mind you, "President Obama isn't going to halt the rise of the oceans in his second term." And it'll be tough to do what's necessary, but there ...
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Interview with strategy+business' Ro ...
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Leveling the playing field

Posted on November 22nd 2011 | 0 comments
What EPA’s role is to do is to level the playing field so that pollution costs are not exported to the population but rather companies have to look at the pollution potential of any fuel or any process or any plant or any utility when they’re makin ...
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