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Global Carbon Emissions Holding Steady but Trump Could Shake Things Up

Carbon emissions have steady for three years in a row. The Global Carbon Project says that such releases have remain flat even as economic growth has grown by 3%. To be precise, the group says that carbon releases will be 0.2% more than in 2015.

Party Conventions Underscore the Divide Between Old and New Economies

As the Republican National Convention is ending and the Democratic National Convention is beginning, it may signify one of the sharpest differences between the two party platforms: the transition from the old economy to the new one, where climate change has figured prominently in the evolution.

Nuclear Energy: At the Intersection of the Economy and the Environment

Two issues will be atop the minds of environmental leaders and energy managers as the nation chooses its next president: the economy and the environment, and how to successfully weave both together so that their companies are cleaner and more productive. One fuel has remained a constant: nuclear energy — … Read more »

How Carbon Pricing Can Boost the Bottom Line

American Electric Power and Xcel Energy are among the utilities and other companies now pricing carbon as part of core business strategy, according to research from CDP. The free white paper offers insights into how a price on carbon pollution might benefit companies and the US economy as a whole. … Read more »

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