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What I Believe is Not a Generality

My staff will tell you I hate generalities. I do not believe in grouping and condemning people together because of a common heritage, political philosophy, religion, gender, sexual orientation or other commonality. Or height even.I believe in the merits and uniqueness...

JLN Environmental/Energy: EU carbon market rescue may scrape by next week, prospects shaky; Obama leaves climate change-fighting tool on shelf for now; Godawari Starts Asia’s Biggest Solar-Thermal Power Plant

In this edition, coverage on UN talks in our Leads section, plus updates from China’s market efforts in China to launch pilot carbon market in Shenzhen from FT.com and Future points to carbon trading from Chinese media. Elsewhere, detractors go after the White House...

JLN Environmental/Energy: JLN Environmental/Energy: US carbon emissions hit 20-year low; Australian renewables to be cheaper than coal by mid-2030s; Senate Finance Committee Passes Tax Break Extension Plan

In today’s edition: EIA data showing US carbon emissions hit 20-year low reported by Business Green, while Australian data indicate renewables to be cheaper than coal by mid-2030s, and Bloomberg brings news of Shell, Total Seek EU Support for Carbon Capture as Price...

JLN Environmental/Energy: JLN Environmental/Energy: U.S. bets on producing oil with captured CO2: John Kemp; China’s Energy Grab Is About Know-How Not Resources; Canada’s Oil, the World’s Carbon

In this edition: “China's Energy Grab Is About Know-How, Not Resources,” says Bloomberg Businessweek. The New York Times’ editorial team takes on “Canada’s Oil, the World’s Carbon.” CNNMoney covers, “Carbon tax gets unusual support.” Quote of the Day:“First of all,...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Record Heat Wave Pushes U.S. Belief in Climate Change to 70%; The Power Grid: From Rickety to Resilient; Average Chinese person’s carbon footprint now equals European’s

In this edition: The Guardian says, “Average Chinese person's carbon footprint now equals European's.” China’s Xinhua reports, “Coal-rich province launches emission monitoring system.” Bloomberg has, “GE Turbines Help Greenko Drive Wind Power Cost Below Coal.” Quote...

JLN Environmental/Energy: EU Must Avoid Short-Term CO2-Supply Fix, BusinessEurope Says; ICAO Carbon-Cut Plan Will Mask Emissions Output: Engineer; New agriculture offset protocol expands opportunities for farmers to participate in the carbon market

In this edition: Bloomberg covers: “EU Must Avoid Short-Term CO2-Supply Fix, BusinessEurope Says;” CNN’s  “Could Cheap Gas Save the Economy?” is one of several stories on current prices. The Wall Street Journal, meanwhile, offers “New Delhi Raises Power Tariffs.”...

JLN Environmental/Energy: Dreaming Up Whole New Carbon Markets; An Earth Summit Draws on Oil, Mining and Utility Largess; United States, Canada Announce Next Phase of U.S.-Canada Clean Energy Dialogue

In this edition: The New York Times reports on a renewable energy conference in “Dreaming Up Whole New Carbon Markets.” And, The Age reports “High-power panel to put emissions on target.” Grist.org offers: “In Rio, disappointment, discontent — and a few silver...

A Nation’s Strength

A Nation's Strength by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1904), in honor of Veteran's Day. Not gold, but only man can make A people great and strong; Men who, for truth and honor's sake, Stand fast and suffer long. Brave men who work while others sleep, Who dare while others fly...

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Europe digs in for a long battle with the virus

Europe digs in for a long battle with the virus

First Read $12,791/$300,000 (4.3%) Leticia Manos, Ray Mckenzie and Nils-Robert Persson ++++ Election 2020: Tight Races Set Stage for Continued Period of Volatility By Suzanne Cosgrove - John Lothian News Here's how the presidential election 2020 is unfolding in its...

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