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Coming (Very) Soon: Obama’s Climate Strategy Could coal be on the chopping block?

The rumors have turned to reports. President Obama will release climate change policy initiatives in the coming weeks, or maybe even next week, according to remarks made by White House senior officials on Wednesday.
The regulations will focus on on carbon dioxide emissions from existing… carbon legislation, clean air act, climate change, climate policy, Coal, coal fired power plants, emissions regulations, obama, power plant emissions

Pakistan can expect worse heatwaves in the future, say experts reported The Guardian.

In the third major heatwave in four years, Pakistan’s climbing temperatures have destroyed crops and claimed the lives of many. Temperatures on Friday dipped to under 38C (100F) and signaled the end of a nearly four-week long heatwave, however according to leading meteorologists, the country… climate change, Pakistan’s climbing temperatures, World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)

Climate Change: China, U.S. Not Doing Enough the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD),

Global greenhouse gas emissions are higher than ever. What’s to be done?
“Redrawing the Energy-Climate Map,” a special report [pdf] by the International Energy Agency (IEA), was released on Monday, and the findings are sobering. (See related story: “What’s Behind the New Warning on… China, China U.S. Not Doing Enough, Climate, climate change, Environment, global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, International Energy Agency (IEA), Keeping Climate Change in Check, OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Politics & Legislation, US-China

Phase out fossil fuel subsidies and limit use of coal-fired plants, International Energy Agency (IEA) says

The world is not on track to reach its goal of limiting global temperature increase to 2°C, warned the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday.
Highlighting the need for intensive action in the energy sector before 2020, the IEA noted that the energy sector accounts for about two-thirds of… climate change, co2, Coal, energy sector, global greenhouse gas, International Energy Agency (IEA), Wind energy


In TV and online ads actor, conservationist, NRDC trustee says, “I just hope the president has the courage of his convictions.”
WASHINGTON – June 11, 2013 ( renewable energy newswire) In a new multimedia campaign, Robert Redford is challenging President Obama… children and future generations, climate change, Natural Resources Defense Council

IEA, climate, and energy Press Release, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Four energy policies can keep the 2 °C climate goal alive
Press Release, International Energy Agency (IEA)
Warning that the world is not on track to limit the global temperature increase to 2 degrees Celsius, the International Energy Agency (IEA) today urged governments to swiftly enact four… carbon dioxide (CO2), climate change, Global Energy, International Energy Agency, International Energy Agency (IEA)

National renewable Energy Policy Would Benefit the Insurance Policy Industry by new Smart Grid regulatory policy, technology, and financial drivers

The utility industry gets much attention about sector-wide disruptions triggered by new Smart Grid regulatory policy, technology, and financial drivers on the path to grid modernization.  But the insurance sector is also facing real challenges on two fronts – dealing with the downsides of… Climate, climate change, distributed energy resources (DER), Energy and Economy, Energy Policy, Energy Storage, Environment, extreme weather, Finance, National Energy Policy, Politics & Legislation, renewable Energy Insurance Policy, Renewable Energy Insurance Training Kit, renewable generation, Renewables, Smart Grid

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