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Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend in U.S. House

The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (H.R. 763) will drive down America’s carbon emissions by 40% in the first 12 years. Go to to learn more and send a message to your Members of Congress to support or … Continue reading

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Never mind FERC, we are building the grid of the future

“As feds focus on baseload, grid modernization is sweeping the country” according to Herman Trabish’s feature story in today’s Utility Dive. “Fifty States of Grid Modernization,” a 2017 policy update from the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center reports on a … Continue reading

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Exxon’s write-down

On February 24,  the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis posted on  about the recent announcement by ExxonMobil to its shareholders that at the end of 2016, it  has 19% “fewer proven and probable oil reserves.” This is a … Continue reading

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Cross-Country Ride 2016

Planned:  Community conversation about climate solutions in Billings September 21, at 6:30pm at Good Earth Market.  Free appetizers! Overview: August 27 to November 12, 2016, Mindy Ahler and Ryan Hall are traveling over 4000 miles by bicycle across the United … Continue reading

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Designing a policy to price carbon: the devil’s in the details

This paper posted July 8, 2016, by the Brookings Institute covers “11 essential questions for designing a policy to price carbon,” or in other words, the “details,” at The author, Adele Morris, is a senior fellow and policy director for Climate … Continue reading

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