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A Changing U.S. Climate
Published by: Public Utilities Fortnightly, February 2005

This article by SEI provides an overview of the state-based emissions regulation trend; actions taken by the utility sector to address GHG emissions; and industry views on proposed mandatory GHG caps to be implemented at the federal level.

To obtain a copy of this report, please email SEI at info@s-e-i.org

U.S. Business Actions to Address Climate Change: Case Studies of Five Industry Sectors
Published by: GreenBiz, November 2004

This report by the Sustainable Energy Institute and Numark Associates finds that many U.S. corporations are moving ahead with greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction programs in the absence of federal requirements to do so and despite the U.S. staying out of the Kyoto Protocol.

Links:  Full Report | Executive Summary | Press Release

Bush & Kerry: Competing Visions for U.S. Energy Policy
Published by: Georgetown International Environmental Law Review (GIELR), Fall 2004

The following articles were based on a June 24, 2004 SEI event held at the Georgetown University Law Center. For more information on this event, click here.

Links:  Event Summary | Event Transcript (as published by GIELR)

The Sustainable Energy Top Ten Awards 2001
Published by: The Sustainable Energy Institute, January 2002

This report highlights the contribution of ten key energy leaders to the development of sustainable energy policies and practices in the United States. An awards ceremony was held at the U.S. Senate in conjunction with the report.

Links:  Full Report | SETT Web Page | SETT Awards Event Transcript | Press Release

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