RESBlog - Climate

Energy and Climate Bill Introduced in the U.S. Senate

June 15th, 2010 - Posted by RESNET under Climate, Energy Efficiency, RESNET News, RESNET Notes, RESNET Notes - May 2010

After nearly eight months of negotiations with Senators and industry and environmental groups, Senator John Kelly (D-MA) and Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) introduced legislation to address climate change, reduce oil imports, and create clean energy jobs. The bill’s overall goal is to reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent by 2020 and by 83

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The Guardian Reports Progress on US-China Climate Talks

May 29th, 2009 - Posted by RESNET under Climate, Energy Efficiency, Hot Topics

Climate talks between the United States and China have entered a crucial few weeks that will determine the outcome of landmark negotiations in Copenhagen later this year, according to US senator John Kerry. Speaking in Beijing, the former presidential candidate and chairman of the powerful Senate foreign relations committee, said he was hopeful that an

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Demand Response & Energy Efficiency World May 19-20 San Francisco

April 14th, 2009 - Posted by RESNET under Climate, Hot Topics

Can you think of a bigger topic in the energy world right now than conservation? We want a smart grid to enable new technologies and give utilities the means to service outages. We want less carbon, so less coal fired plants. We have a growing population and new gadgets that require large quantities of energy.

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Climate Change and Consumers: The Challenge Ahead – New EcoPinion Survey Report Available At No Charge

November 20th, 2008 - Posted by RESNET under Climate, Hot Topics

EcoAlign, our strategic marketing agency focused on energy and the environment, is pleased to announce the latest EcoPinion survey report on climate change and consumers.The report “Climate Change and Consumers: The Challenge Ahead” (download at www.ecoalign.com) highlights that consumers generally agree on the definition of climate change, the importance of reducing climate change and that

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