Trump levels the playing field with China GHG reporting; Too green for the greens?

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Finally, some fairness in global reporting of greenhouse gas George David Banks, The Hill, January 14, 2019 A few weeks ago, the Trump administration scored a major diplomatic victory in international climate policy in the industrial city of Katowice, Poland. While this win won’t receive much attention in the headlines, Trump’s State Department achieved a decades-old foreign policy goal that … read more

Knopp’s Conundrum; Russia on edge.

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Alaska House remains disorganized as Senate prepares for session ahead Sean Maguire, KTUU, January 15, 2019 The Alaska House of Representatives gaveled into session Tuesday afternoon, but members were unable to organize a functional coalition or elect a House Speaker. For weeks, members from both parties have been working behind the scenes to establish a majority in the House without … read more

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It’s unanimous – Colorado Supreme court says “NO”.

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First U.S. crude cargoes head to China since trade breakthrough: sources Collin Eaton, Reuters, January 15, 2018 The vessels left Galveston, Texas, last month and are scheduled to arrive at Chinese ports between late January and early March, according to shipbrokers and vessel tracking data. The shipments mark a change since Chinese buyers largely began avoiding U.S. oil during the … read more