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  • FRIDAY WORLD, January 14:
  • Global Leaders Name Climate Crisis World’s Biggest Risk
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    Thursday, April 18, 2013

    NEW ENERGY IN THE OBAMA BUDGET-SECURITY AND EFFICIENCY

    Building a Clean Energy Economy, Improving Energy Security, and Addressing Climate Change, Part 3

    April 9, 2013 (White House Office of Management and Budget)

    “…In addition to ongoing and expanded efforts, the Budget adds new policy initiatives which will advance clean energy and energy security goals: …Sets a New Goal to Double American En¬ergy Productivity by 2030…Challenges States to Cut Energy Waste and Support Energy Efficiency and Modernize the Grid…Reduces Defense Department Energy Con-sumption…

    “…Invests in Advanced Energy-Efficient Production Technologies to Strengthen Domestic Manufacturing…Sets a Goal to Cut Our Net Oil Imports in Half by the End of the Decade…Establishes Energy Security Trust with Revenues from Federal Oil and Gas Development…”

    “…Makes Public Lands Available for Clean Energy Infrastructure Projects…Commits to Safer Production of and Clean¬er Electricity from Natural Gas…Implements Responsible Nuclear Waste Strategy…Provides a Permanent Tax Incentive for Renewable Energy Production and Energy Efficiency and Tax Credits for Advanced Energy Manufacturing…

    “Cuts energy bills for low-income families [with supports for weatherization of homes]…Continues Support for Responsible Development of Federal Oil and Gas Resources…Reduces Carbon Pollution Through Cleaner, More Efficient Use of Energy…Strengthens International Efforts to Tackle Climate Change…”

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