"White House Rhetoric May Signal Climate-Bill Surge"

"With the bruising health care debate over, President Obama's top economic adviser left little doubt last week that energy and climate has taken its place atop the administration's agenda.

During a 30-minute speech at a Washington energy conference, Larry Summers, the head of the White House's National Economic Council, used lofty rhetoric to warn of the long-term consequences if Congress fails to follow through this year on a sweeping overhaul of how the nation generates and uses energy."

Darren Samuelsohn reports for Greenwire April 12, 2010.

See Also:

"Court Fight Adds Confusion to Senate Climate Effort" (ClimateWire)

"Don't Think That Cap-and-Trade Is Over" (Green Inc.)

Source: Greenwire, 04/13/2010