Daily Archives: October 11, 2009

California: “Going for broke” on climate policies? Or too broke to take them on?

California, the quintessential trailblazer and laboratory for national environmental policy, was the first state to enact a comprehensive climate change bill.  California’s grand emissions reduction agenda, however, will require funding, and right now California faces billions of dollars in budget … Continue reading

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In “Day Six” campaign, people of faith advocate stepped up adaptation assistance

“Dear Senator, We urge you to support a climate bill that addresses the root causes of climate change and makes needed investments in vulnerable communities already experiencing its devastating effects.”  The plea is not from another environmental group—rather, it’s the … Continue reading

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