September 25, 2023


United Nations
Calif. Governor: ‘Climate Crisis is a Fossil Fuel Crisis’
Saying that 'humanity has opened the gates of hell,' UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called for an end to subsidies for fossil fuels worldwide and a phaseout of all coal-fired generation in well-off countries by 2030.
Office of Gov. Gavin Newsom
California, Australia Forge Climate Pact
Faced with similar threats from climate change, California and Australia have agreed to battle the climate crisis together.
Senate Budget Committee
Senate Committee Looks into Climate Change’s Grid Impacts
Climate change is already causing billions of dollars in economic costs and infrastructure damage, including the power grid, the Senate Budget Committee heard.
Moody’s Analytics
Moody’s: NY Evolved from the Pandemic, Challenges Ahead
New York faces a long list of challenges, including climate change and uncertainty in energy prices, according to Moody’s Analytics.
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Western States Agree on Plan to Sustain Colorado River Flows
Governors of California, Arizona and Nevada have agreed to a three-year water conservation plan aimed at protecting the drought-stricken Colorado River system.
Mass. Joint Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Mass. Climate Advocates Want Polluters to Pay for Resilience
Massachusetts legislators and climate advocates called for a billion-dollar fine on the country’s largest carbon-polluting companies.
Building Industry Association of Washington
Washington Home Builders, Realtors Balk at Climate Role in Local Planning
A bill to make climate change part of local governments’ land-use planning in Washington has wide support but real estate groups said they are opposed.
UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab
California Storms Alleviate Drought, Damage Grid
After three weeks of torrential rains from a series of atmospheric river storms, California is starting to dry out with replenished reservoirs and snowpack.
Washington State House Democrats
Washington Drought Bill Wins Backing
A bill to provide funding to deal with Washington’s droughts received strong support in a legislative hearing.
Guterres Tells COP27: ‘We’re on a Highway to Climate Hell’
World leaders at COP27 said fossil fuel companies should be required to put some of their billions in profits into the fight against climate change.

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