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Fossil Fuel Divestment: Some Points of Utility

April 7, 2015 by Benjamin Franta
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Those who are serious about the risks of climate change should base their analyses on reason and evidence, not on rhetoric. And both reason and evidence strongly suggest that we need to be serious about efforts to divest from fossil fuels.[read more]

Resetting the Climate Conversation: The EPA's Focus on the Pocketbook, not Polar Bears

June 10, 2014 by Matt Stewart

Most of the solutions being discussed to meet the EPA's proposed mandates—renewables, natural gas, utility efficiency programs—have been around for decades and are already gaining traction. Yet the language the EPA uses to describe the proposed rule represents a significant shift.[read more]