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Posted By NAEP, Thursday, October 13, 2016

There will be life after the election and one of the now “old” problems we will have to think about is still carbon emissions.  I say old, as apparently it has been around since the industrial revolution. If you are tired of reading about who said what and when, and then changed or didn’t change his or her mind, I have a reading list for you. Tucked into odd corners of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, I found a series of articles concerned with a more comfortable topic—the environment. Our posting this month is commentary on five of the thirteen listed below. Take a look and see what you think.

The Messy Business of Clean Power – NY Times, 7/14/16

Creating Their Own Green Sources – NY Times, 8/24/16

Carbon Goal in California is ‘Milestone’ on Climate – NY Times, 8/26/16

Big Oil Changes Its Focus, Wall Street Journal, 9/14/16

The Growing Power of Managing Energy Demand, Wall Street Journal,   9/14/16

Japan’s Shift to Renewable Energy Loses Spark Wall Street Journal,    9/14/16

In Fukushima, A Determination to move Past Nuclear Power, Wall Street Journal, 9/14/16

New Life for Projects to Reduce Emissions, Wall Street Journal, 9/14/16

How Well Do You Know Energy Policies? Wall Street Journal, 9/14/16

Paris Climate Deal Gains Momentum, Wall Street Journal, 9/22/16

OPEC Gains Consensus for Cuts, Wall Street Journal, 9/29/16

A Carbon Tax That Won’t Hurt Growth, Wall Street Journal, 9/29/16

Wind Farms See Promise in Platforms That Float, New York Times, 9/30/16

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