June 1, 2023 - Your Scoop in CDR!
NYT Newsletter report on debt ceiling’s passage of House The fate of Biden’s climate policies seems especially important. The House bill not only protects all the clean energy subsidies passed last year, but also includes a bipartisan priority known as permitting reform that has the potential to remove some of the bureaucratic obstacles to major clean-energy projects.
I know some climate advocates are nonetheless angry because of the Appalachian pipeline, but I think they’re missing the big picture. Presidents do not have magical powers, and Biden has demonstrated that climate change is a top priority for him. “This is the thing the Climate Left keeps not acknowledging,”
Al Gore tweet on Bloomberg report over renewable industries Much needed good news from @IEA: recent investments in clean tech manufacturing mean we're on track to produce enough solar panels and batteries to provide their share of the clean energy solutions needed to cut emissions in half by 2030.
Were Italy's devastating floods really caused by climate change … Climate change had no ‘significant’ impact on northern Italy floods in May 2023