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July 01, 2018China Will Need More U.S. Natural Gas
There's Room for all Gas (and Oil) Exporters in China: The Need for Imports is Surging That Fast
  Topics : China | Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
May 24, 2018With China in the Lead, New Obstacles to Climate Progress Are Emerging
Is China now Pulling Back on its Commitments and Offshoring its Polluting Industries to Less Developed Asian Nations?
  Topics : China | Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
May 17, 2018Three Ways Businesses can Show Governments They're Taking Action on Climate
Even With Policy Blocked, Businesses can Take Action
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
March 24, 2018Global CO2 Emissions Rise after Paris Climate Agreement Signed
Emissions Climbed in Asia and Europe, but Declined in the U.S.
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
March 07, 2018U.S. Utilities Want Carbon Pricing And Stable Policy
New Survey: Clean Power Is The Future, Coal Power Is The Past
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
February 27, 2018Will These Popular Corporate Sustainability Programs Survive the Next U.S. Budget?
Clean Energy and Conservation Programs are Vying for Limited Federal Dollars
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
February 08, 2018New Study Finds Cutting Oil Subsidies Will Not Stop Climate Change
The Effect of Removing Fossil Fuel Subsidies Would Fall far Short of the Reductions Promised in the Paris Agreement
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
January 16, 2018Nuclear Power Provides A Whole Lot More Than Just Energy
Nuclear Power Plants Provide Substantial Economic Benefits to the States and Regions in Which They Reside
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
January 05, 2018Business Leaders can Rally to These Promising Policy Battles in 2018
The Economic Fundamentals Driving the Clean Economy are an Irresistible Force
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB
December 06, 2017Want To Address Climate Change? Look To Business, Not Government
Individuals Worried About Climate Change Should Simply Demand That the Emitters Reduce Their Output Directly
  Topics : Green and Government | GREEN_WEB

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