Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Late in an article claiming that climate policy is "advancing" in the states, warmist Juliet Eilperin gets around to mentioning that of seven states initially slated to join the Western Climate Initiative, six have dropped out

Climate policy advances in the states, but slowly - The Washington Post
Judi Greenwald, who tracks state actions on climate and energy as vice president for technology and innovation at the advocacy group C2ES, said the past four years have witnessed a shift in state policy.

“We still see all the states doing things on clean energy,” Greenwald said. “But definitely fewer states are calling what they do ‘climate.’ ”
...Catherine Reheis-Boyd, president of the Western States Petroleum Association, said the auction “puts California at a competitive disadvantage” because the six states initially slated to join it in a Western compact — Arizona, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington — have dropped out.

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