Yesterday's blog highlights

Climate Progress reports on a new poll which shows that Latinos and African Americans support a bipartisan climate and clean energy bill.  “Overwhelming majorities of Latino voters in Florida (80%), Nevada (67%) and Colorado (58%) say they are more likely to vote for a U.S. Senate candidate that supports proposals for fighting global warming.”

Carol Browner, White House climate advisor, said the “administration backs protecting energy-intensive manufacturing sectors in climate legislation,” according to E2 Wire.

On Treehugger, we learned that the solar industry created 17,000 US jobs in 2009, according to a new report released by the Solar Energies Industry Association.

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