CO2 Emissions, Storms, and High Tides

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters interviews John Englander, author of the book, “High Tide on Main Street: Rising Sea Level and the Coming Coastal Crisis.” He explains why it's so critical to curb carbon dioxide emissions. More storms like Sandy and higher sea levels are ahead, he says.   CO2 Emissions, Storms, and High Tides] Follow our … [Read more...]

Efficiency’s Role in Carbon Cap-and-Trade

By Elisa Wood August 28, 2008 We hear a lot about how efficiency will play an increasingly important role as the United States undertakes efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. But how does that play out in a practical sense under cap-and-trade programs? The Offset Quality Initiative provides insight in a new white paper on greenhouse gas … [Read more...]

Eastern States Ready for Big EE Boost

By Lisa Cohn August 21, 2008 Several eastern states will see a large injection of cash for energy efficiency after the nation’s first mandatory auction of carbon dioxide allowances September 25. The auction marks the United States entry into the world of capping and trading carbon dioxide emissions. Ten states are participating in the program, … [Read more...]