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Creative Pie Slicing To Address Climate Policy Opposition | Energy Institute at Haas

Severin Borenstein’s post raises an important issue that economists have ignore for too long. I posted the following comment there:

We gave politicians the tool of benefit-cost analysis which they have used to justify their policy objectives, but we completely failed to drive home the requirement that those parties who are on the losing end need to be compensated as well. 98 more words

Risks Of Climate Change

Baltimore Mayor joins Paris climate accord 48 hours after ripping out a cycletrack

The timing is hilarious.

On June 1st, Baltimore Mayor Pugh announced that the Potomic street cycletrack would be ripped out, and downgraded to a dysfunctional and unprotected bike lane. 135 more words

Bicycling

National Energy Board: Consider ALL GHG Emissions! (by Daniel Horen Greenford)

The National Energy Board asked for comments on possible changes to environmental assessment for Energy East. I wrote this letter to urge them to widen their scope of climate impact assessment of the Energy East pipeline. 1,724 more words

An Inside Look: UCSB-Bren School Study Quantifies GHG Reductions of Green Seal-Certified Hotels in L.A.

In a market full of different certifiers, it is important for hotels to distinguish between a green-washed standard and one with real environmental benefits.

Green Seal recently collaborated with the… 585 more words

Guest Blogger

Our Carbon Footprint

Believe me, residing in India, bearing the scorching summer heat will raise myriads of diverse questions inside you. Like

“What are the sins you have committed hitherto in life?” 1,902 more words

Carbon Di Oxide

Challenges for the Realization of India's Climate Change Mitigation Obligations: Innovating Solutions

Context:

The context chosen for this assignment is that of India’s international 2030 goals in pursuance of its Paris Agreement commitments to do its fair share to keep temperature rise below 2 degrees centigrade. 930 more words

Climate Change