Monthly Archives: September 2011

Global energy use to jump 53%

Global energy use to jump 53% Reprinted from CNN Money By Steve Hargreaves September 20, 2011: 2:58 PM ET The Energy Information Administrations says jump in energy use is expected to be driven largely by places like China and India. Renewable … Continue reading

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EPA Delays Greenhouse Gas Regulations, Raising Concerns Over Climate Change And Public Health

Reprinted from the Huff Post Green September 16, 2011 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement yesterday that it will miss a Sept. 30 deadline for issuing new rules on greenhouse gas emissions has sparked an increasingly familiar pair of contrasting … Continue reading

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THE JOBS PLAN THE PRESIDENT MISSED (SD U-T 9-15-11)

The Jobs Plan the President Missed Reprinted from the San Diego Union Tribune By John Reaves President Barack Obama’s jobs plan offers a costly cushion with little hope for lasting change. Extending payroll tax cuts exacerbates underfunded Social Security. Carrying … Continue reading

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