Tag Archives for Cap & Trade

An inherent weakness?

Forbes.com has an interesting editorial on why “all hope for action to limit climate change died” in 2010, when Senate Leader Harry Reid moved energy legislation this week with no firm caps on GHG emissions. No doubt there are strong … Continue reading

30. July 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Is Cap & Trade dead?

The ACC Cap & Trade webinar will be held today at 3 pm EST. John Blaney, Senior Vice President, ICF International will discuss the rapid-fire changes going on in the legislative and policy world. Reuters reports that the EPA will … Continue reading

29. April 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Climate bill back on the radar

With the health care vote out of the way, the Obama administration and Congress are once again focusing on climate change regulation. President Obama’s top aides huddled yesterday with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Democratic committee leaders to map … Continue reading

26. March 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Cost impacts of Cap-and-Trade bill

The Alabama Policy Institute has a good video detailing the expected costs of the Waxman-Markey Cap-and-Trade bill.

10. August 2009 by Jason Hayes
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