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The Latest On: Energy Efficiency

February 18, 2011 | Article

Congress v. The Environment: The House Is On Fire

As I write this, members of the House of Representatives continue to debate and move their way through votes on hundreds of amendments to the chamber's government spending bill. The voting and debate has been a marathon process, stretching from morning through late at night for the last three days, and looks to carry on until late tonight or tomorrow.

January 26, 2011 | Article

Reframing the Climate Change Debate

Whether or not the United States addresses impending climate change hinges largely on the marketing message driving the discussion. Last night, President Barack Obama made his best pitch to reframe the climate change debate, casting it through the prism of a Works Progress Administration-style plan for achieving a clean energy future.

January 18, 2011 | Article

Of Bikes and Jobs

We all know that cycling is good for your health. Turns out it's good for the economy too.

January 5, 2011 | Article

When the Lights Go Out in Congress

Energy efficient light bulbs have come to symbolize the promise of smarter, greener, cost-saving technologies. The image of the coiled CFL (compact fluorescent lamp) reminds us that we can save money while saving energy.

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