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China may be close to a climate tipping point

 If you want to be hopeful about the world’s chances of tackling climate change, look to China. It is such a force in the electric car market that, last year, for the first time, it became home to more than half the electric vehicles on the world’s roads. An equally…

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PAUL BLEDSOE On the end of the fossil fuel era

CGTN AMERICA | December 14, 2023

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China may be close to a climate tipping point

 If you want to be hopeful about the world’s chances of tackling climate change, look to China. It is such a force in the electric car market that, last year, for the first time, it became home to more than half the electric vehicles on the world’s roads. An equally…

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Is Joe Biden a climate champion?

There is no doubt that climate activists scored a major win last week when President Joe Biden announced a pause in approvals of liquefied natural gas export terminals. In fact, Biden gave a nod to their pressure when making the decision by…

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Biden administration freezes gas export approvals

The Department of Energy is pausing approvals of liquefied natural gas exports while it conducts an open-ended analysis of the impacts of the shipments — a move being blasted by fossil fuel groups and applauded by environmentalists who say…

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Paul Bledsoe

Paul Bledsoe is a former Clinton White House, US Senate, and Interior Department official, and a leading political and policy expert whose writing regularly appears in the New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times and other leading outlets.

Paul is President of Bledsoe & Associates, a strategic public policy firm specializing in tax policy, energy, natural resources and climate change.  He is also a Professorial Lecturer at American University’s Center for Environmental Policy. 

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