Energy & Climate Action News

NPR - April 07, 2016

Oregon's biggest power companies will have 14 years to wean themselves from coal, under a new bill approved by lawmakers Wednesday. The measure has the support of Gov. Kate Brown — and the state's two largest electric companies.

Triple Pundit - February 08, 2016

The Golden State is quickly becoming America’s solar state, with a huge lead on the rest of the country due to favorable policy frameworks and innovative new energy companies.

Global Flare - November 18, 2015

n a bold move toward pollution control, San Francisco has just become the first city in America to ban the sale of plastic water bottles, a move that is building on a global movement to reduce the huge amount of waste from the billion-dollar plastic bottle industry.

SF Gate - October 30, 2015

Californians slashed their water use 26 percent in September, meeting Gov.Jerry Brown’s goal of a 25 percent reduction for the fourth straight month even

Energy Manager Today - October 29, 2015

Safety and security are the top concerns of building owners surveyed in The Honeywell Smart Building Score.

The Telegraph - October 27, 2015

Oil, gas and coal companies face the mounting risk of legal damages for alleged climate abuse as global leaders signal an end to business-as-usual and draw up sweeping plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions, Bank of America has warned.

Bloomberg - October 23, 2015

Maybe it's the pope.

Environmental & Energy Publishing - October 22, 2015

Successful companies make and sell products that consumers demand, and fossil energy companies have long said demand for their products -- particularly from emerging markets -- will be strong decades from now.

CityLab - October 22, 2015

For the fifth year running, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has crunched the numbers on its national sustainability challenge, the AIA 2030 Commitment.

Los Angeles Times - October 07, 2015

California launched an ambitious effort Wednesday to expand renewable energy and increase energy efficiency, advancing Gov. Jerry Brown's plans for battling climate change.

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