February 8, 2013
by Dan Lashof
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Yes We Can Get There From Here

Dan Lashof, Program Director, Climate & Clean Air, Washington, D.C.
Last July I published an issue brief called Closer than You Think, pointing out that U.S. carbon dioxide emissions in 2011 were lower than many people realized&mdas… Continue reading

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November 4, 2011
by Dan Lashof
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What if California Cut Its Global Warming Pollution 80% and No One Noticed?

Dan Lashof, Program Director, Climate & Clean Air, Washington, D.C.
OK, California hasn’t cut its emissions that much yet, but in May the California Council on Science and Technology published an important study of how Califor… Continue reading

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March 5, 2011
by Barbara Finamore
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China Puts Forth Energy Intensity, Carbon Intensity and Total Energy Consumption Targets in Twelfth Five Year Plan in Effort to Tackle "Unsustainable Economic Growth"

China’s annual parliamentary session opened Saturday morning, with 3,000 National People’s Congress members and 2,000 members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) gathered in the Great Hall of the People t… Continue reading

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November 24, 2010
by Shravya Reddy
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India at Cancun – What The Global Community Should Expect

India will join other countries next week at Cancun to try and work towards solutions for global climate change. Over the past year India has already shown leadership on this critical problem, and we expect that it will continue to be positive and proa… Continue reading

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October 21, 2010
by Alex Wang
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What to make of China’s efforts to meet its energy intensity targets

Adam Moser at Vermont Law School’s China Environmental Governance blog drew a contrast between a blog post of mine discussing China’s efforts to meet its energy targets, and a post by Michael Levi at the Council on Foreign Relations positin… Continue reading

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