Tomorrow, The Nature Conservancy and The New York Academy of Sciences launch a four-part “Discourses on Nature and Society” event series with a moderated panel discussion Energy for the Next 20 Years: Protecting the Environment and Meeting Our Demands from 6:30p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at The New York Academy of Sciences.
Posts Tagged ‘clean energy’
RGGI carbon pricing is the right course of action for the Northeast U.S. economy. And residents of this region should be proud to be among the nation’s leaders in presenting a way forward for a clean-energy economy that reduces carbon pollution and protects our health.
Check out The Nature Conservancy’s cool new wind energy and wildlife interactive graphic at Nature.org.
Stopping EPA from taking action would send a terrible signal to the rest of the world, signaling that the U.S. is backpedaling on climate change, even as China, Brazil and other countries are speeding ahead. This will adversely affect not only the United States’ standing in the world, but our economy.
The president’s State of the Union speech is a step forward for energy policy and its attendant benefits. We are in a race with time for energy security, a sustainable economy, and for reducing the impacts of carbon pollution. And forward is good.
Florida has a lot to lose from climate change – and potentially much to gain by acting now.
The real race between China and the U.S., the one that really counts, is not one over who develops which technology first. It’s over when, where, and how the two countries choose to work together to combat climate change. The world is watching.
The Nature Conservancy’s China program director Zhang Shuang comments on the carbon pollution and clean energy backdrop to Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington, D.C.
More than twice as many families in the United States use fake trees as real ones. Beyond the losses to family interactions and local economies, this situation is bad for our climate.
The Chevy Volt is exactly the type of innovation we need to see across the U.S. transportation, energy, and industrial sectors to reduce our national carbon footprint.
Reading the China Daily newspaper in the cab on the way to the airport after 10 days working in the country, I was struck with the idea that China has a real opportunity to lead the world on climate change. One article noted that “China’s clean energy market is open to all foreign players, and [...]
The Nature Conservancy has decided to make a significant contribution of $800,000 to the NO Campaign on California’s Proposition 23.