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The carbon credit industry attempts a comeback
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The carbon credit industry attempts a comeback

"Supporters of using carbon credits, which include influential climate advocacy groups such as the Bezos Earth Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation and multinational banks tasked with financing economic development, say the two-year long effort to improve standards can make these credits a key source of desperately needed funds for decarbonization efforts in Africa, Latin America and South and Southeast Asia."

US summer home power bills to jump by nearly 8%, energy policy organizations say
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US summer home power bills to jump by nearly 8%, energy policy organizations say

"Mid-Atlantic and west coast states are forecast to have the biggest hikes in home electricity costs from June to September, jumping about 12% from the same period last year, said NEADA and CEPC, which are both Washington-based policy organizations focused on affordable energy access for people with low incomes. Steep rises of about 10% are also likely for Midwestern states and parts of the U.S. south, the organizations said."

$7.5 Billion in Government Cash Only Built 8 E.V. Chargers in 2.5 Years
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$7.5 Billion in Government Cash Only Built 8 E.V. Chargers in 2.5 Years

"While proponents of the federal regulations may defend the amount of red tape involved in the federal program, with demands on where a charging station can be placed and the types of licenses people need to build one, the fact is that the private sector is already building out a nationwide E.V. charging network that will be available to most drivers."

America’s 100% tariffs on Chinese EVs: bad policy, worse leadership
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America’s 100% tariffs on Chinese EVs: bad policy, worse leadership

"Politicians in America from both parties argue that they need to increase tariffs on a wide range of goods. China is heavily subsidising its manufacturers, giving them an edge in global markets. And, they add, the security risk of letting in Chinese cars is too great, since evs are easily tracked and monitored. There is something to these concerns. But Mr Biden’s tariffs are a blunt tool for dealing with them and will bring underappreciated economic harms to America and the world."

Biden’s Tariffs Are a Bad Idea
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Biden’s Tariffs Are a Bad Idea

"It is a decision that reflects the muddled economic thinking that has defined Biden's time in office. It is a promise to raise taxes on Americans who want to purchase products the president disfavors, one that cuts directly against the same president's own environmental goals, all wrapped up inside silly election-year rhetoric."

New Yorkers are still paying for closing Indian Point
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New Yorkers are still paying for closing Indian Point

"Worse, absent changes to the climate laws, Zuber predicts more residents and businesses will leave New York because of skyrocketing energy costs, including the cost to build new transmission lines for renewal projects, not to mention the vast subsidies needed to build those solar and wind plants."

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