The Climate Registry's survey reveals that its members are motivated by business reasons: expected cost of carbon and consumer pressure to be green.
Gov. Perry says finding is based on discredited IPCC science and would hurt state agriculture and energy interests.
Rafael Reuveny says consensus won't work for managing greenhouse gas emissions.
Emissions tracking software keeps companies one step ahead of impending greenhouse gas regulation.
Congressman Edward Markey will discuss the future of the low-carbon economy at the Boston venue.
The American Materials Manufacturing Alliance says that Waxman-Markey measures for EITE industries are inadequate.
Acid rain cap-and-trade program helps plants beat 2010 sulfur dioxide emissions targets early.
All work by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop mandatory limits on greenhouse gases should be put on hold until congressional investigators determine whether or not the science upon which EPA is relying was doctored, a group of Western business leaders urged in a Dec. 1 press release.
Calculating carbon cost to the largest emitters of greenhouse gases, Point Carbon says Southern is most vulnerable and Exelon more prosperous.
A price on carbon will increase incentives for efficiency and innovation, according to nearly all of the 144 economists who responded to NYU's Institute for Policy Integrity survey.
EPA report shows that a cap and trade partnership established in 2003 has reduced smog-forming emissions of nitrogen oxides.
Will Congress get in step with Europe and pass a cap-and-trade law to stem greenhouse gases?
Stockholm-based company has a technology that generates carbon-free electricity from waste heat.
The Department of Energy is offering a total of $3.3 billion in grants, and NEMA is offering its members a list of Smart Grid dockets and other information related to the grants.
The Solid Waste Association of North America submitted comments to EPA on mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases.
American Farmland Trust spells out its priorities with lawmakers.
Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute and Trucost say the earnings of most companies would be relatively unaffected.
The Center for Public Integrity says nearly 140 businesses and interest groups have joined in lobbying on climate change.
EPA analysis says that the Waxman-Markey bill's cap on carbon pollution would cost individuals about 12 cents per day.