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JLN Environmental/Energy: California, Quebec Carbon Deal Could Pave Way For Other Linkages; Global Emissions Plan for Airlines Gets First UN Approval; Debt ceiling isn't place for climate fight, says House Republican

Anyone who has had the pleasure of a bare foot discovering a rogue Lego in a pitch-dark stumble to the bathroom knows the unintentional powers the tiny interlocking blocks. But who knew their utility included teaching the young and old how carbon emissions work?...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Administration Presses Ahead With Limits on Emissions From Power Plants; Ozone Treaty Offers Quicker Fix for Global Warming; California law to regulate fracking signed by governor

In this edition, continuing coverage of the Obama administration’s push ahead with enacting the first federal carbon limits on the nation’s power companies. The NY Times follows up with Challenges Await Plan to Reduce Emissions. German elections held the globe’s...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Analysis: Foes of Obama climate policy prepare battle over cost of carbon; European Wind Market to Shrink for 2 Years, Make Says; Citigroup and GE Finance Pattern Energy Texas Wind Farm

In this edition, political coverage in a Reuters piece on the economic and climate tie-in. Bloomberg, meanwhile, has: Coal Foe Named to FERC Is Latest Obama Pick Drawing Ire. In the carbon space, Allianz Mulls Carbon Credit Expansion After Indonesia Investment. Quote...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Shale Grab in U.S. Stalls as Falling Values Repel Buyers; GAO to review how administration developed 'social cost' of carbon; Luminant Sued by EPA Over Texas Clean Air Violation Claims

In this edition, Coalition’s carbon budget shortfall will be $4 billion, unless . . . reports Climate Spectator. Climate scientists are 95 percent sure that humans are causing global warming, says Grist.org. On the blog front, Harvard Environmental Economics Professor...

JLN Environmental/Energy: EPA’s McCarthy: ‘Responsible’ gas production key to climate strategy; Power play: how global electricity markets are shifting; REDD+ Finance: What Do We Know About The Private Sector Contribution?

In this edition, differing views on natural gas role in U.S. mix and as an export candidate, plus nat gas to factor in broad energy trading talks as Obama administration heads to Brazil. The New York Times has Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris “Foreseeing Trouble in...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Petroleum groups ask EPA for relief from biofuel mandate; In his second term, Obama becomes bolder on the environment; More of America’s wind turbines are actually being built in America

In this edition, The Washington Post offers, In his second term, Obama becomes bolder on the environment. And in our Water section: A Texan tragedy: ample oil, no water from The Guardian and Report: Water companies must do more to curb carbon emissions from Business...

JLN Environmental/Energy: China’s Spending on Renewable Energy May Total 1.8 Trillion Yuan; New EPA chief takes on critics of U.S. agency's policies; Carbon neutral growth for aviation – At what price?

In this edition, coverage of the carbon markets is found in Carbon neutral growth for aviation – At what price? fromBloomberg New Energy Finance and UN to open carbon market offices in Bogota and Manila from the blog Responding to Climate Change. From the political...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Why It Finally Makes Political Sense to Talk About Climate Change; Europe’s Biggest Solar Projects Threatened by China Deal; Shale Threatens Saudi Economy, Warns Prince Alwaleed

In this edition, more follow-up on the EU-China solar deal throughout our Leads section. The National Journal digs into the mucky muck of politicizing climate change. Quote of the Day:“The research shows that the concept of being out of touch is a problem for older...

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