Climate Change

August 2, 2011

EPA Webinar: Consumption and Well Being: Social Motivating Factors for Supporting Environmental Health

Webinar 6 of 10 in US EPA's year-long webinar series exploring how people can reduce greenhouse gases by making more sustainable choices that support a vital economy. Each month, guest speakers share their views on consumption and get participants thinking and talking about how personal choices can impact the environment.

October 4, 2011

EPA Webinar: Measuring the Impacts of What We Consume (Part 2)

Webinar 8 of 10 in US EPA's year-long webinar series exploring how people can reduce greenhouse gases by making more sustainable choices that support a vital economy. Each month, guest speakers share their views on consumption and get participants thinking and talking about how personal choices can impact the environment.

May 3, 2011

EPA Webinar: Food: Why We Eat Too Much and Waste Too Much

Webinar 4 of 10 in US EPA's year-long webinar series exploring how people can reduce greenhouse gases by making more sustainable choices that support a vital economy. Each month, guest speakers share their views on consumption and get participants thinking and talking about how personal choices can impact the environment.

April 5, 2011

EPA Webinar: Your Eco Footprint/ Downsizing Your Consumption

Webinar 3 of 10 in US EPA's year-long webinar series exploring how people can reduce greenhouse gases by making more sustainable choices that support a vital economy. Each month, guest speakers share their views on consumption and get participants thinking and talking about how personal choices can impact the environment.

March 1, 2011

EPA Webinar: Consumption, Advertising and the Creation of Desire

Webinar 2 of 10 in US EPA's year-long webinar series exploring how people can reduce greenhouse gases by making more sustainable choices that support a vital economy. Each month, guest speakers share their views on consumption and get participants thinking and talking about how personal choices can impact the environment.

Media’s Coverage of “Cap-and-Trade” May Forecast Future Climate Politics

The Beat

By BILL DAWSON

The climate issue figured prominently in numerous House and Senate races this past fall, with much of the debate centering on the House-passed climate-energy bill – also called Waxman-Markey and the American Clean Energy and Security Act, but perhaps best known for its emission-reducing mechanism, “cap-and-trade.”

"Public Health Groups Launching Campaign To Defend EPA Climate Rules"

"A coalition of public health organizations in the coming weeks plans to step up efforts to oppose legislation that would block or delay Environmental Protection Agency climate rules." Budget-cutting Republicans on Capitol Hill will be encouraged to reduce the healthcare costs borne by taxpayers and ratepayers as a result of air pollution.

Source: E2 Wire, 02/04/2011

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