"We've just seen the first big win in the fight to stabilise the world's climate"

Brown, Lester
July 2008
Green Futures;Jul2008, Issue 69, p30
The article discusses some developments on the campaign for climate changes and global warning in the U.S. Citing what the advocate of wind and solar power Lester Brown said, the article discusses construction of coal plants and their environmental implications, the support of big companies through their carbon emission reductions efforts, and government policies, particularly on taxation of carbon. It also cites several initiatives of U.S. states government such as California, which are aimed at promoting wind and solar power usage.


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