Blog highlights from the past few days

On the Council on Foreign Relations, Michael Levi defends carbon capture and sequestration(CCS) in response to Robert Bryce’s op-ed in the New York Times where Bryce expressed his skepticism of CCS as a viable option for emissions reductions.

Green compares the House and Senate climate bills and concludes that the tighter carbon price collar in the Senate bill (a range of $13 in the Senate bill versus $18 in the House bill) is better for investors.

Grist shares some strategies on how to support international climate action. They remind us that

“It is critical that the U.S. become a strong component of international efforts to address global warming by passing a climate and energy bill this year.”

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