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Koch Industries says press release on climate change is phony

Koch Industries said Friday it is not affiliated with a press release announcing the company’s intentions to stop all donations to organizations that have raised questions about climate science or otherwise lobbied against efforts to pass a climate bil…  More »

Koch Industries says press release on climate change is a phony

Koch Industries said Friday it is not affiliated with a press release announcing the company’s intentions to stop all donations to organizations that have raised questions about climate science or otherwise lobbied against efforts to pass a climate bil…  More »

Koch Industries says press release on climate change is a phony

Koch Industries said Friday it is not affiliated with a press release announcing the company’s intentions to stop all donations to organizations that have raised questions about climate science or otherwise lobbied against efforts to pass a climate bil…  More »

Amid EPA delays, greens question agency’s priorities

The Environmental Protection Agency this week announced its intention to delay the release of two key air rules, raising questions among some clean-air advocates about whether the Obama EPA will become less aggressive now that Republicans have made sig…  More »

Administration’s vehicle labeling proposal faces opposition in the House

An Obama administration proposal to label new vehicles with stickers rating fuel economy and greenhouse-gas emissions using a letter-grade system is facing major opposition in the House. More than 50 House lawmakers, Republicans and Democrats, sent a l…  More »

Harkin: Tax package extends ethanol credits, renewable electricity grants for one year

Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said Thursday that the emerging Senate tax package will extend an expiring ethanol tax credit for one year at the current rate, and will also extend an expiring federal grant program for renewable electricity projects.A proposa…  More »

Harkin: Tax package extends ethanol credits, renewable electricity grants for one year

Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said Thursday that the emerging Senate tax package will extend an expiring ethanol tax credit for one year at the current rate, and will also extend an expiring federal grant program for renewable electricity projects.A proposa…  More »

Harkin: Tax package extends ethanol credits, renewable electricity grants for one year

Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said Thursday that the emerging Senate tax package will extend an expiring ethanol tax credit for one year at the current rate, and will also extend an expiring federal grant program for renewable electricity projects.A proposa…  More »

DoD official: Climate change hinders military’s effectiveness

A Defense Department official said Thursday that climate change hinders the U.S. military’s effectiveness.“Energy dependence and climate change are both threats to our effectiveness as war fighters,” Dorothy Robyn, the deputy undersecretary of de…  More »

Renewable energy grants appear headed for spot in tax package

Extension of a federal grant program for renewable electricity projects appears to have found a spot in the wider Senate package to extend Bush-era tax cuts, according to a Democratic senator and a Senate aide close to the matter.“I hope that they wi…  More »

Renewable energy grants appear headed for spot in tax package

Extension of a federal grant program for renewable electricity projects appears to have found a spot in the wider Senate package to extend Bush-era tax cuts, according to a Democratic senator and a Senate aide close to the matter.“I hope that they wi…  More »

Renewable energy grants appear headed for spot in tax package

Extension of a federal grant program for renewable electricity projects appears to have found a spot in the wider Senate package to extend Bush-era tax cuts, according to a Democratic senator and a Senate aide close to the matter.“I hope that they wi…  More »