Financial, Economic Crises Invigorate Opposition to Renewables, Climate Change Legislation

The financial crisis and recession, along with the results of the latest elections, have invigorated opposition to renewable energy, clean tech and climate change legislation despite broad popular support and the increasingly evident costs of inaction.

House Committee Considers Future of Coal & Climate Change Legislation

The House Subcommittee March 10 heard from members of the US Climate Change Action Partnership as it considers the future of coal and climate change legislation.

Investment Managers Call on Congress to Enact Strong Climate Change Action Plan

A group of 35 large institutional investors delivered a letter to Congressional leaders calling on them to enact broad, coordinated and strong legislation that would spur efforts to improve energy efficiency and conservation and spur development, adoption and use of a range of clean energy resources, including national standards for power generation, renewable fuels and energy efficient buildings.