What is Congress up to?

Today’s guest columnist is Mark MacLeod, Director of Special Projects for our national climate campaign.

When it comes to global warming, this is looking to be an action-packed Congress. There are no fewer than seven global warming bills under discussion. While the titles make the bills sound very much alike, they differ in both subtle and significant ways.

Our climate policy team put together two resources to help keep it all straight:

Let us know if these resources are helpful, and if there’s anything more we can shed light on.

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One Comment

  1. hdflorence
    Posted June 15, 2007 at 11:27 am | Permalink

    The problems caused and predicted as a result of global warming are very clear and definite.
    The other side of the coin is that the world is poised on the brink of a fantastic future. Wide ranging discoveries in the fields of science/medicine/agriculture/psychology/history/archeology and numerous other fields promise a scintillating world to live in.
    All this is being jeopardised by the production of Carbon dioxide primarily caused by the use of fossil fuels.
    Does it make sense to continue with fossil fuels?