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Scientists, Legal Scholars Brief State Prosecutors on Fossil Fuel Companies’ Climate Accountability

, director of science & policy

The meeting provided senior staff from state attorneys general offices in nearly a dozen states with an opportunity to hear from leading climate scientists, legal scholars, historians, and other experts on topics including climate attribution research, lessons from tobacco litigation, and the potential role of state consumer protection laws. Read more >

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US Must Do More to Meet Paris Climate Change Commitments

, lead economist and climate policy manager

New analysis details how much power sector policies are contributing to the US 2025 global warming emission reduction goals. The bottom line: they make a serious dent in emissions but much more is needed to deliver on the promise of Paris. Read more >

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A Powerful 1-2 Punch: Renewable Energy Tax Credits and the Clean Power Plan

, director of state policy & analysis, Clean Energy

Together they can work to provide a powerful and affordable boost for clean energy while helping to cut carbon dioxide from the power sector. New analysis also finds that these policies can deliver significant economic and health benefits to consumers nationwide. Read more >

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Lost in Translation: Engineering, Climate Science, and the Disconnect that Threatens California’s Infrastructure

, Western states senior climate analyst

Californians depend on a safe and robust infrastructure system to get what they need and where they need to go. It is critical to the state’s economy—the 7th largest in the world—and the safety and quality of life for all its residents. From roads and bridges to dams, reservoirs, and buildings, the state spends billions of dollars each year on infrastructure projects to preserve and enhance the system’s capacity to reliably provide these crucial services. Read more >

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Dear Tomorrow: An Open Letter to My Son on Climate Change and His Future

, lead analyst, Center for Science and Democracy

Dear Thomas,

In the five months you’ve been on this Earth, I already love you more than I can describe in words. I want nothing but a perfectly happy life for you, a life with every opportunity possible. I’m working hard to make sure you have those opportunities. Read more >

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