9.12.2019 Legislative Brief
8.26.2019 Legislative Brief
SEPTEMBER 5 — The House Select Committee on Climate Crisis called for policy recommendations on decarbonization, innovation, and adaptation.
8.12.2019 Legislative Brief
AUGUST 22 — After dropping out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper announced that he is challenging incumbent Cory Gardner (R-CO) for his Senate seat.
7.29.2019 Legislative Brief
AUGUST 7 — A group of moderate Democrats announced a plan, seen as an alternative to the Green New Deal, to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 “at the latest” by utilizing carbon pricing and market-based solutions.
7.15.2019 Legislative Brief
JULY 24 — The House Science Committee approved $6.5 billion in energy research through three different pieces of legislation. H.R.3597, H.R.3609, and H.R.3607 would fund research into solar and wind energy production as well as carbon capture technology.
7.1.2019 Legislative Brief
JULY 11 — During a Senate Energy & Natural Resources hearing, Senator Murkowski (R-AK) discussed the importance of natural gas and a Strategic Energy Initiative. The Senator’s newly-released white paper profiles American energy and identifies a path forward.
6.17.2019 Legislative Brief
JUNE 26 — By a 36-2 vote, the Restore Our Parks and Public Lands Act, H.R.1225, will advance to the House floor. The bill has more than 290 bipartisan cosponsors in the House…
JUNE 12 — A bipartisan group of representatives introduced H.R.3195, which would remove LWCF from future appropriations legislation and ensure $900 million in funding annually….