Archive for January, 2010

Kerry, Graham Seek Scaled-Back Climate Plan in Bid for Support

01/27/2010 by James Handley

Kerry, Graham Seek Scaled-Back “Hybrid” Climate Plan, Including Carbon Tax on Refineries (Business Wk)


From Inside and Out, Climate Panel Is Pushed to Change

01/26/2010 by Charles Komanoff

From Inside and Out, Climate Panel Is Pushed to Change (NYT – Dot Earth)

Filed under News,Science

Don’t Let the Carbon Market Die – The Copenhagen Climate Change Conference Achieved Too Little, But a Modest Global Carbon Tax Would Make Amends

01/25/2010 by Daniel Rosenblum

Don’t Let the Carbon Market Die – A Modest Global Carbon Tax Would Achieve What Copenhagen Couldn’t (The Guardian – U.K.)


Why Scott Brown’s Victory Helps Climate Legislation

01/25/2010 by Daniel Rosenblum

Why Scott Brown’s Victory Helps Climate Legislation (Legal Planet – Law & Envt’l Policy Blog)

Filed under Carbon Tax,News,Politics

Is West Virginia’s Byrd Turning Against Big Coal?

01/25/2010 by Charles Komanoff

Is W. Va’s Byrd Turning Against Big Coal? (TNR)


The Case for a Climate Bill

01/24/2010 by Charles Komanoff

The Case for a Climate Bill (NYT editorial)


NASA: Past Decade Was Warmest Ever

01/21/2010 by Charles Komanoff

NASA: Past Decade Was Warmest Ever (NYT)

Filed under Did you know?,News

Did Brown’s Election Kill Cap-and-Trade?

01/21/2010 by Charles Komanoff

Did Brown’s Election Kill Cap-and-Trade? (TNR – The Vine)


Australian Greens Propose Interim Carbon Tax

01/20/2010 by Daniel Rosenblum

Australian Greens Propose Interim Carbon Tax (ABC News – Australia)


Sen.-Elect Brown’s Win Adds More Question Marks to Senate Climate Debate

01/20/2010 by Daniel Rosenblum

Sen.-Elect Brown’s Win Adds More Question Marks to Senate Climate Debate (NYT – Greenwire)