Archive for October, 2011

Keystone pipeline protest heading to White House

10/31/2011 by James Handley

Keystone Protesters Heading to White House (SF Chronicle)

Filed under Krazy Karbon,News,Politics

Green groups give EPA more time on CO2 rule

10/30/2011 by James Handley

Environmental Defense Delays Suing EPA For Overdue Power Plant CO2 Rule (Reuters)


EU climate chief: science shows Canada oil sand risk

10/28/2011 by James Handley

EU Rates Canada Tar Sands As “Carbon Intensive” Fuel (Reuters)


Fuel Consumption Standards for Heavy Duty Vehicles

10/28/2011 by James Handley

Emissions Tax Would Avoid Perverse Incentives of EPA Fuel Efficiency Standards (Resources for the Future)


At Last, a Bill to Tax Carbon

10/27/2011 by James Handley

Stark Bill: Cut Deficit by Taxing Polluters (Steve Valk-Huff Post)

Filed under Carbon Tax,News,Politics

Stark Introduces Carbon Tax Bill to Reduce Emissions, Deficit

10/26/2011 by James Handley

Stark Introduces Carbon Tax Bill to Reduce Emissions, Deficit (Press Release)

Filed under Carbon Tax,News,Politics

House Dems, swimming upstream, push carbon tax

10/26/2011 by James Handley

House Dems, Swimming Upstream, Push Carbon Tax (Politico)

Filed under Carbon Tax,News,Politics

Cost of Subsidizing Fossil Fuels Is High, but Cutting Them Is Tough

10/24/2011 by James Handley

Cost of Subsidizing Fossil Fuels Is High, but Cutting Them Is Tough (NYT)

Filed under News,Prices Matter

Global warming study finds no grounds for climate sceptics’ concerns

10/20/2011 by James Handley

Study of Over One Billion Temperature Data Readings Refutes Global Warming Skeptics (Guardian-UK)

Filed under News,Science

Calif poised to finalize nation’s most extensive ‘cap-and-trade’ plan

10/20/2011 by James Handley

Calif Poised To Finalize ‘Cap-and-Trade’ Plan (Wash Post)

Filed under Cap-and-Trade,News