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The way we eat could add nearly 1 degree of warming by 2100
“Greenhouse gas emissions from the way humans produce and consume food could add nearly 1 degree of warming to the Earth’s climate by 2100, according to a new study.”
Opinion: Delaware Democrats should avoid accelerated EV pushes. This is why.
‘Centrist Democrats of America’ surveys Delaware residents to assess support for electric vehicle policy proposals.
Public Advocate Slater moves to Energize Delaware
“Andrew “Drew” Slater, the state’s public advocate for the last six years, has taken the helm at Energize Delaware, the nonprofit that helps residents, businesses, nonprofits, government facilities, farms, faith organizations and schools become energy efficient.”
WSJ Opinion: S.O.S for the U.S Electric Grid
“PJM Interconnection sounds the latest alarm that fossil-fuel plants are shutting down without adequate replacement power. The political class yawns.”The warnings keep coming that the force-fed energy transition to renewable fuels is destabilizing the U.S. electric grid, but is anyone in government paying attention? Another S.O.S. came Friday in an ominous report from PJM Interconnection, one of the nation’s largest grid operators.”
Chairman Carper’s Opening Statement: Hearing on Low Carbon Transportation Fuels
“On February 15, 2023, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a hearing to examine low carbon transportation fuels and consider the development of a national clean fuels policy.”
DNREC, DDA celebrate World Wetlands Day with agreement to manage, protect Delaware’s unique wetlands community
“The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and the Department of Agriculture (DDA) Forest Service are to celebrate World Wetlands Day today, Thursday, Feb. 2, by signing a cooperative agreement to manage and protect unique wetland communities that occur on state-owned forest, park and wildlife lands.”