climate-change


Tips on Climate Responsibility for Peabody Energy as It Teeters on Bankruptcy

, climate accountability campaign manager

According to its regulatory filings, Peabody Energy, the world’s largest investor-owned coal company, is on the verge of bankruptcy. In a carbon-constrained world, what would the reorganized company look like? Read more >

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Gov Dayton State of the State 2016

Minnesota Continues its National Leadership on the Clean Power Plan

, director of energy research, Clean Energy

Last week Governor Dayton promised to veto any legislation blocking or slowing efforts related to the Clean Power Plan. He also stated that he would “like to see Minnesota’s dependence on coal eliminated” as soon as possible. Read more >

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Global Warming is Happening FAST, but is it Causing Extreme Weather Events?

, climate scientist

News broke over the weekend that NASA’s preliminary data indicated that February 2016 set yet another record as the warmest month globally since record-keeping began in the late 1800s. Read more >

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Climate Deception on Agenda at Fossil Fuel Company Annual Meetings

, climate accountability campaign manager

Spring is on the horizon, bringing crocuses, daffodils, cherry blossoms, birdsong. . . and corporate annual shareholders’ meetings. This week marks the release of a vital resource for shareholders seeking to make their voices heard on issues like climate change and political spending during the annual meeting season. Read more >

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All Talk, No Action Leaving Michigan’s Clean Energy Future in Limbo

, energy analyst

Last week, Michigan’s Governor Rick Snyder announced his signing onto the Governor’s Accord for a New Energy Future—a bipartisan agreement among 17 states to work together on advancing clean energy technologies and “transformational policy changes.”

It’s a fine gesture, but on the very same day, Governor Snyder also announced that Michigan was suspending its Clean Power Plan activities pending court resolution. Actions speak louder than words. Unfortunately, the governor is once again leaving Michigan’s potential for a bright clean energy future in the dark.    Read more >

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