NewEnergyNews: LOBBYING TURNS ATTENTION FROM CLIMATE TO ENERGY

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    Thursday, July 26, 2012

    LOBBYING TURNS ATTENTION FROM CLIMATE TO ENERGY

    Focus Shifts from Climate to Energy

    Laurie Bennett, july 5, 2012 (First Street Research Group)

    “…[C]limate change no longer leads the list of Americans’ environmental worries…Only 18 percent of the respondents named it as their biggest concern, compared to 33 percent in 2007…Congress has shown a similar lack of concern, with little agreement on legislation addressing climate change or global warming…”

    “…[A] proposal to limit greenhouse gases died in the Senate in 2010…The Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, formed by Nancy Pelosi in 2007, ceased to exist after Republicans gained the House majority…The aim of many energy and environmental measures introduced in the 112th Congress is to expand domestic production and reduce regulation. The major lobbying groups are energy companies and utilities…”

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