We need not give up hope for U.S. climate action, because American grassroots groups, environmental organizations, municipalities, individual states and business leaders can carry the ball. With or without a treaty or federal mandate, they can get the U.S. to the Paris goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 80 percent below 2005 levels by 2050.
When he nominated Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as EPA director, former Texas Governor Rick Perry as Energy Secretary and Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, many perceive Donald Trump put down his marker for fossil fuels and against renewables.
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Matt Tomich, Vice President of the non-profit organization Energy Vision (EV), which researches and promotes sustainable, low-carbon energy strategies, has been named one of New York’s Top Ten Energy Entrepreneurs
By Matt Tomich | May 18, 2015 New York and other cities across the U.S. and around the world are grappling with the imperative to cut greenhouse gas emissions and implement low-carbon energy and fuel systems. Whether the emission reduction goals are 30% by 2020, 50% by 2030, or 80% by 2050, leaders and climate experts […]
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Vehicle Fuel Projects Grand Junction Sets the Pace with Colorado’s First Biogas-to-Vehicle Fuel Project at the Persigo Wastewater Plant In DeKalb County Georgia, Landfill-Derived Renewable Natural Gas Powers Refuse Vehicles and Generates Income Pierce County, Washington: Home of the First Public Transit Fleet in the Country to Run […]