Monthly Archives: March 2014

Worried About Fugitive Methane Emissions from Fracking? Embrace Pure Cap-and-Dividend

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The current debate over “fugitive methane emissions” from natural gas systems – meaning emissions of unburned gas from the drilling site and from leakage in the natural gas transportation and distribution pipelines – illustrates the need for a broad-based climate policy.  Pure Cap-and-Dividend answers this need, covering as many anthropogenic (human-caused) sources of greenhouse gas […]

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Deadline Today for Keystone XL Comments

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Today is your last chance to provide an official comment to the State Department regarding whether the Keystone pipeline expansion should be approved.  Most environmental organizations are urging the president to block the pipeline – suggests that if he approves Keystone XL, Obama will become the “pipeline president” – but is stopping Keystone XL […]

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