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Terry Hansen 17119
"Reams envisions a trip for Republican lawmakers to Glasgow or a future U.N. conference that would include meeting with nations using market-based policies to cut emissions and those experiencing sea level rise and other effects from climate change, as well as talking with international ...
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Randy Salim 17784
See our January Newsletter here...

https://www.businessclimateleaders.org/newsletter
Mary Garton 114285
key takeaway from columbia report:

"GHG emissions decline substantially. Compared to 2005 levels, implementing EICDA as a stand-alone policy leads to economy-wide net GHG emissions reductions of 32–33 percent by 2025 and 36–38 percent by 2030."

How does this projection square with 2019 ...
Thanks Mary, the EPA's Greenhouse Gas Inventory Explorer is an excellent resource to address your question.  One ...
Mary Garton 114285
Do we have statistics and names for Congressional Black Caucus members, Hispanic Caucus, Asian Pacific American Caucuses and other diversity groups?

 
Thanks Mary Garton ‍ - if you go to the  Energy Innovation Act Sponsors  resource page you'll notice a helpful link ...
Jess Wilber 16953

Dear all,

Marshall Saunders was a kind and gentle man who was driven to do something to save the planet. With that passion, he founded an organization that now has over 180,000 members and significant influence in Congress and the climate movement.

In memory of our fearless leader, CCL Higher ...

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