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California establishes carbon market

While cap and trade may be dead in Washington, it's alive and well in California.

By Juliet Eilperin  | December 17, 2010; 11:50 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
 
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Markey opts for Natural Resources Committee post

In the clearest sign yet that climate legislation isn't headed anywhere next Congress, Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) opted Thursday to give up his subcommittee post on the House Energy and Commerce in favor of the top Democratic slot on the House Natural Resources Committee.

By Juliet Eilperin  | December 16, 2010; 5:35 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
 
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Solar energy blueprint unveiled

The Obama administration issued proposed guidelines Thursday for solar development on public lands in the West, a move that could speed renewable energy projects that have been mired in environmental controversy. The detailed analysis, known as a Draft Solar Programmatic...

By Juliet Eilperin  | December 16, 2010; 5:26 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
 
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Blunt talk on protecting forests to combat climate change

What exactly is the hold up in terms of Norway's forestry assistance to Guyana, which Guyana's president Bharrat Jagdeo complained about last week during a panel sponsored by Avoided Deforestation Partners in Cancun?

By Juliet Eilperin  | December 14, 2010; 12:55 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
 
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Stuck in a room in Cancun

How did the U.N. climate talks go from an impasse to a breakthrough? It helped that Mexico's special representative on climate change kept key negotiators talking in a hotel suite for 12 hours, with only occasional breaks.

By Juliet Eilperin  | December 12, 2010; 9:00 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
 
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