greenhouse-gas love

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  • The pollution-control plan, which is set to include aviation starting in January, forces any carrier departing or arriving at an EU airport to buy credits for greenhouse-gas emissions above specified levels, with large fines for noncompliance.

    Airline-Emissions Plan Draws U.S. Fire

  • In January, Ms. Martinez attempted to block a greenhouse-gas reduction regulation adopted the previous month by the administration of Bill Richardson, a Democrat.

    New Jersey to Exit Carbon-Reduction Program

  • The RGGI program "is a failure," Mr. Christie said at a press conference in Trenton, N.J. He added that New Jersey has met its greenhouse-gas emissions-reduction goals.

    New Jersey to Exit Carbon-Reduction Program

  • Chris Christie said Thursday that he plans to remove the state from a regional U.S. greenhouse-gas emission-reduction program.

    New Jersey to Exit Carbon-Reduction Program

  • When he went to lobby Evan Bayh, of Indiana, Bayh held up a map of the United States showing, in varying shades of red, the percentage of electricity that each state derived from burning coal, the main source of greenhouse-gas emissions in the United States.

    Why clean-energy funding is politically easier than cap-and-trade

  • The ad starts innocently enough: a teacher is lecturing a group of British schoolchildren about the 10: 10 campaign, and suggesting that they cut their family's greenhouse-gas emissions.

    Reduce your carbon footprint or get ready to explode

  • Candidate Obama endorsed the California initiative, and once he became president, his aides negotiated an agreement between the state, environmentalists, the auto-workers union, and the leading auto companies to use the California law as the basis for nationwide regulations to dramatically improve the fuel efficiency, and reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, of all new cars and trucks.

    The California Experiment

  • Communal agency heads, and leading rabbis from Orthodox to Renewal, Conservative to Reform to Reconstructionist, have all signed on to this document with sweeping implications: broad goals of significantly lowering greenhouse-gas emissions, engendering energy security, bringing our organizations and our flocks along for the ride, and reducing the Jewish community's energy consumption 14 percent by 2014.

    Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb: 14 By 14, A Biblical Emissions Mandate: 14 (Percent Reduction) By (20)14

  • In only the latest example of how heavy-handed Cape Wind's backers are, Massachusetts has suddenly agreed to change the rules for utilities as they apply to mergers and the reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions.

    Nantucket's Wind Power Rip-off

  • Compared to electric grids, off-grid power production often produced more greenhouse-gas emissions.

    Marijuana Carbon Footprint: Indoor Pot Production Uses 1 Percent Of U.S. Electricity, Study Says

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