Energy and Climate Bill Advances

Congress is moving forward on legislation that would address both energy efficiency and climate change in a single bill, creating requirements for the use of renewable energy and introducing a cap on carbon dioxide emissions. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Katie Rose - Apr 14, 2009 - 1:15 PM PDT
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Edited by: Kaizar Campwala - Apr 14, 2009 - 1:52 PM PDT

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Mike LaBonte
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by Mike LaBonte - Apr. 14, 2009

The multimedia interview of Daniel Yergin is somewhat interesting. There is not all that much information in the article, but it seems to encapsulate the essence of the conference pretty well. There are a good number of links to sources.

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Katie Rose
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by Katie Rose - Apr. 14, 2009

The issue seems to be covered well and most, if not all, of the details are included. Though many links are internal (referencing other MIT articles), there are quite a few that link to the original words of the person or organization they are citing.

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Dennis Baker
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by Dennis Baker - Apr. 20, 2009

we know the potential prior to implementation empowering citizen input

Dennis Baker 103-66 duncan ave west penticton bc canada V2A6Z3 fax 250-493-3463 dennisbaker2003@hotmail.com RE : The solution to climate change. ( human excrement + nuclear waste = hydrogen ) The USA discharges Trillions of tons of sewage annually, sufficient quantity to sustain electrical generation requirements of the USA. Redirecting existing sewage systems to containment facilities would be a considerable infrastructure modification project. It is the intense ... More »

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