Thursday, November 08, 2012

Obama to continue efforts to curb greenhouse gases, push energy efficiency - The Washington Post
Shares of Peabody Energy fell 9.6 percent Wednesday, Arch Coal plunged 12.5 percent, Consol Energy dropped 6.1 percent, and Alpha Natural Resources sank 12.2 percent...Jack N. Gerard, president of the American Petroleum Institute, said a second Obama term could be good for the oil and gas industry. Though a sharp critic of Obama, Gerard said that “the president’s views have moved 180 degrees from where they were two years ago. The president is now actively articulating an energy vision, ‘all of the above,’ which includes oil and gas as the first two he talks about.”
Twitter / RichardTol: Coffee threatened by climate ...
Coffee threatened by climate change we're all gonna die from caffeine withdrawal (unless they'd grow coffee elsewhere)
Will Obama let the climate do all the talking? | Under The Banyan
Climate chatter may seem loud to those who seek it, but it occupies a vanishingly small part of public debate in the United States.
The alternative is to let the climate itself continue to do most of the talking — and none of the listening.  [When Obama speaks, do hurricanes listen?]
Twitter / RichardTol: .@omnologos Now now. Stern ...
.@omnologos Now now. Stern is a master communicator. He conned almost everyone into believing he's an expert in climate economics.

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