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Toward a New Clean Energy Politics

December 24, 2013 by Clean Energy Leadership Institute
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Politics and Clean Energy

Virginians recently traveled to the polls to elect a new governor. The election was marked by ambivalence, as the candidates were exceptionally unpopular, even within their own parties. The Virginia gubernatorial race is an example of how in American politics, voters’ choices can be severely limited.[read more]

UK Political Party Manifestos Commit to Renewable Energy

April 16, 2010 by Vicky Portwain

The key English political parties have now launched their manifestos in advance of the elections on May 6th. All parties commit to a substantial proportion of the UK’s energy coming from renewable sources in the near future; however the details of measures to facilitate this move are not yet clear. Labour’s ‘Future Fair for All‘...[read more]

Republican or Democrat. Who's the Greenest?

June 5, 2008 by DaveSattler

Shy of a month or so ago we talked about the “greenness” of the leading presidential candidates. To gain a better understanding of what American adults are thinking, feeling and doing about global warming or climate change, George Mason University teamed up with research firm Porter Novelli in May and June 2007, and surveyed a nationally...[read more]