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... “Green New Deal” Program appeared first on IER.  ...
2. Coronavirus Lockdown Is a Taste of the “Green New Deal”
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Greenhouse gas emissions are lower, but many U.S. businesses are closed and millions of Americans no longer have jobs. Cities… The post Coronavirus Lockdown Is a Taste of the “Green New Deal” appeared ...
3. Negative Prices: How Green Electricity Destabilizes the Grid
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By Joakim Book, Guest Contributor — The views expressed by guest contributors are their own and not the view of… The post Negative Prices: How Green Electricity Destabilizes the Grid appeared first ...
4. Big Green, Inc: The Kresge Foundation and the Allure of Activism
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The myriad policies and initiatives put forth under the banner of climate change mitigation can sometimes overwhelm the mind. But… The post Big Green, Inc: The Kresge Foundation and the Allure of ...
5. Northeastern States Face New Transportation Tax-and-Spend Frenzy
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Twelve states and the District of Columbia are considering joining together in the Transportation and Climate Initiative to reduce greenhouse… The post Northeastern States Face New Transportation ...
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is running for President of the United States, but that’s not all he’s… The post Big Green, Inc: The Bloomberg Family Foundation and the Future of American ...
7. The uncertain role of natural gas in the transition to clean energy
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
MIT study finds that challenges in measuring and mitigating leakage of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, prove pivotal. ...
8. Big Green, Inc: The Heinz Endowments Assault on a Prosperous Pennsylvania
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The Heinz Endowments, a grantmaking organization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has long been viewed in the region as a community pillar.… The post Big Green, Inc: The Heinz Endowments Assault on ...
9. Big Green, Inc., Updated
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Today the Institute for Energy Research is announcing the release of an update to its Big Green, Inc. database, a… The post Big Green, Inc., Updated appeared first on IER.  ...
10. Greenland’s Ice Sheet and Climate Change Policy, Part 1 of 2
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As I have been detailing for years here on the pages of IER, the actual peer-reviewed research on climate change… The post Greenland’s Ice Sheet and Climate Change Policy, Part 1 of 2 appeared first ...
11. Gasoline Prices Under the Green New Deal Would Reach $13 per Gallon
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Many of the Democrats running for President in 2020 support the Green New Deal that was introduced by Representative Alexandra… The post Gasoline Prices Under the Green New Deal Would Reach $13 ...
12. North Carolina Tries To Clean Up Its Electricity
(Feed Articles / NPR - Environment News)
North Carolina's governor is promising to quickly cut greenhouse emissions but will need to convince Duke Energy, the state's dominant utility, to abandon coal and gas in favor of solar and wind. ...
13. Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green
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In my last article I discussed atmospheric trust litigation (ATL), the latest crusade among radical environmentalists to impose through the… The post Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green appeared ...
14. The Mirage of a “Rational Green New Deal”: Comment on Holman Jenkins Jr.
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There are few editorialists that many of us enjoy more than Holman W. Jenkins Jr. His twice-weekly “Business World” columns… The post The Mirage of a “Rational Green New Deal”: Comment on Holman ...
15. The Outrageous Cost of the Green New Deal
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Both fans and foes of the so-called Green New Deal (GND) agree that it is a wildly ambitious set of… The post The Outrageous Cost of the Green New Deal appeared first on IER.  ...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently released its draft report on the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks,… The post U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Long-Term Decline ...
17. Responding to the Green New Deal: Don’t Stop Short
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In the forthcoming cover story of National Review magazine, Travis Kavulla, energy director of the R Street Institute, offers advice… The post Responding to the Green New Deal: Don’t Stop Short ...
18. MMT and the Green New Deal
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One of the most interesting aspects of the “Green New Deal” is that its progressive proponents hardly mention taxes at… The post MMT and the Green New Deal appeared first on IER.  ...
19. Energy Statism: Wartime to Carter to Cortez
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Centralized planning of the energy sector, now at the forefront of political debate with the “Green New Deal,” has a… The post Energy Statism: Wartime to Carter to Cortez appeared first on IER. ...
20. Internal Contradictions of the Green New Deal
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Now that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s office has published an outline of their Green New Deal agenda, and more formal draft legislation… The post Internal Contradictions of the Green New Deal appeared first ...
21. What Was the Energy New Deal Anyway?
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Proponents of the Green New Deal would do themselves a favor by examining the actual energy policies of FDR—and their… The post What Was the Energy New Deal Anyway? appeared first on IER.  ...
22. #16: Steven F. Hayward on the Green New Deal and environmentalism
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The team talks with IER Board of Directors member professor Steven Hayward about the “Green New Deal” and why he… The post #16: Steven F. Hayward on the Green New Deal and environmentalism ...
23. Flaws with a “Green New Deal,” Part 2 of 2
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One of the hottest topics in policy wonk circles is the “Green New Deal,” spearheaded by the rising star of… The post Flaws with a “Green New Deal,” Part 2 of 2 appeared first on IER.  ...
24. Flaws With a “Green New Deal,” Part 1 of 2
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There’s a growing buzz around a “Green New Deal,” spearheaded by newly-elected Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Although the details are in flux,… The post Flaws With a “Green New Deal,” Part 1 of 2 appeared ...
President Barack Obama ordered the federal government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent from 2008 levels over the next 10 years by shifting to renewable energy sources such as solar pow ...
Bernard L. McNamee, who is now one of the nation’s top energy regulators, took the opportunity last Earth Day to praise oil and coal.
27. U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fell Again in 2017; China’s on the Rise
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. greenhouse gas emissions dropped 2.7 percent from 2016 levels in 2017 with… The post U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fell Again in 2017; ...
28. Big Green Carpetbagging: Environmental Foundations’ Out-of-State Spending
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The fact that the shale revolution has saved Americans $74 billion per year and has made the U.S. the top… The post Big Green Carpetbagging: Environmental Foundations’ Out-of-State Spending appeared ...
29. Inspiring Young Women To Pursue Careers in Energy
(Feed Articles / REW - Green Power News)
At last night’s PennWell Awards Ceremony, Kim Greene, a 24-year veteran of the power industry, was named the POWER-GEN 2015 Woman of the Year. Greene began her career as an engineer with Southern Company ...
30. Fact Sheet: Renewable Energy Job Numbers
(Feed Articles / REW - Hydrogen Fuel Cell News )
A 2013 report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found 3.4 million green jobs in the United States at the end of 2011. This is the latest data available from BLS, due to the elimination of its Green ...
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