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The journey of 1,000 miles...

Well… here goes nothing. My name is Drew and I will chronicaling the next two years at HBS. I’m a proud Midwesterner and Arkansas Razorback, and am the self-proclaimed hayseed at HBS. 17 more words


Underground magma triggered Earth’s worst mass extinction with greenhouse gases

From The Guardian

There are parallels between today’s and past greenhouse gas-driven climate changes

Howard Lee

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Vogtle nuke cost could top $25 billion| From Utility Dive

The Vogtle nuclear power plant cost is projected to balloon to more than $12,000 per megawatt. In a study we did for the California Energy Commission in 2009, even at $4,000 per megawatt, nuclear power was uneconomic. 30 more words

Energy Innovation

Lomborg has it wrong about California's cap and trade program. 

Bjorn Lomborg, a Danish political scientist who has pushed for focusing spending on other pressing world needs over reducing climate change risk, has criticized the extension of California’s cap and trade program in the… 191 more words


Analyses of California's extended cap and trade program

I believe that California’s passage of the extended cap and trade program was a generally good compromise. Most importantly, it decoupled the cap and trade market from separate legislation to regulate local emission impacts. 35 more words


Electric Vehicle Subsidies is the Most Expensive Way to Reduce GHG Emissions

Subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles have little effect on GHG emissions and are much more expensive than other incentive measures.

Sell More Electric Vehicles with Subsidies… 528 more words

Electric Vehicle

State supreme court upholds AB 32, consistent with state-defined property rights

The California State Supreme Court refused to rehear a state appellate court decision that upheld the validity of the cap and trade program (CATP) established in Assembly Bill 32 (2006). 313 more words