Kerry’s Paris comments reveal a climate truth
WHEN NEGOTIATORS FROM some 200 countries meet in Paris this December to seek a global climate agreement, they would be well served to fully recognize and support promising advancements being made in reducing carbon emissions from fossil fuels.
It’s been roughly one year since Saskatchewan’s government-owned utility started up the carbon capture and storage facility at its Boundary Dam coal-fired power plant.
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) final Clean Power Plan (CPP) to reduce carbon dioxide pulls a colossally damaging and futile national energy plan out of a bureaucrat's hat. Who needs congressional authorization by law to dismember the engineering marvel that is our national electric power system?
On 3 August, the Obama Administration launched the Clean Power Plan (CPP). The plan places federally mandated emission limits on existing coal- and gas- fired power plants, with state policy makers tasked with developing a strategy to meet this goal.