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    4/7/2011

    Jim Rogers: Duke of Energy

    With absent guidance from Congress, energy policymaking in United States has been left to the White House, state lawmakers, and utility executives. Outside of the Oval Office, one of the most influential voices in the debate is Jim Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Duke Energy. On Tuesday, April 5, Rogers spoke at Climate One, in San Francisco, about the future of energy policy in the United States in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster. 
     

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    10/21/2010

    Dr. James E. Hansen: Storms of My Grandchildren

    Lamenting feckless governments, and politicians who back “patently inadequate” bills, climate scientist Dr. James E. Hansen told a Climate One audience on Thursday, October 14 that Washington needs a wake-up call. Time is too short to delay action on climate change, he said, warning of more frequent and severe extreme weather events.

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    8/8/2010

    Climate: A “Plan B” for Team Obama

    Congress’s failure to act on global climate change was one of the reasons the diplomatic atmosphere was so chilly last year in Copenhagen.

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