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Taking a cue from angry town hall meetings on the Obama Administration's health care restructuring, the oil industry is helping to organize http://members.greenpeace.org/blog/greenpeaceusa_blog/2009/08/13/don_t_l... ">anti-climate legislation ralli
What is the status of sustainability in the Obama Administration? How should this concept and the various issues and values clustered around it fit within the Administration's list of priorities? Law professor John Dernbach presents a number of key points in constructing the path to a sustainable America.
NAVIGATING THE U.S. TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABILITY: MATCHING NATIONAL GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES WITH APPROPRIATE LEGAL TOOLS
This article suggests the elements of a legal structure for achieving sustainability.
Climate Progress reportst that Environment and Public Works Committee Chairwoman Barbara Boxer (D-CA) has promised the release of her committee's discussion draft on September 8, the first day back from the summer recess.
Nashville, Tenn. The National Association of Counties (NACo), the country's largest local government organization, today unanimously adopted a policy supporting producer responsibility for unwanted medicines.
Senator John Kerry speaks about the climate change bill in a Yale Environment 360 interview with Greenwire senior reporter Darren Samuelsohn.
On June 16, the White House released a new report from the US Global Change Research Program on climatic changes and impacts in the US and the Northeast.
Addressing a White House urban affairs summit on Monday, President Obama called for the "reinvention" of America's cities and metropolitan areas and vowed to spark a public conversation to create a "new, imaginative, bold vision" for urban policy.
As King County Executive, Ron Sims was a bold and visionary leader nationally recognized for his work on transportation, climate, health care reform and urban development; now Sims has moved to the Number 2 position at the US Department of Housing and Urban Developmen
Building on action by the House of Representatives in passing the American Clean Energy and Security Act, President Obama announced new efficiency initiatives, including tougher standards for light bulbs and expedited investments in more energy efficient ho