Statement on Tax Extenders

Today’s short-term, mostly retroactive extension of many of these tax provisions is the absolute minimum necessary. Without a longer-term extension, at least through 2015, businesses, workers, and investors will again be forced to deal with the uncertainty that these types of halt-then-hurry policies create.
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Statement on Proposed Ozone Pollution Standards

These long-overdue ozone standards are critical to protecting the public health, particularly for at-risk groups like children, seniors, and anyone with asthma or respiratory diseases.
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Statement on U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change

SEEC applauds President Obama’s announcement from Beijing that the U.S. and China have agreed to carbon pollution reduction targets.
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Op-Ed: How much do disasters cost?

The cost is more than just the emergency relief packages Congress approves after major disasters. Yet shockingly the Federal government provides no single estimate for how much we spend on disaster-related assistance each year. That is why we are introducing the DISclosing Aid Spent To Ensure Relief (DISASTER) Act.
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Rep. Pocan Joins SEEC

Jan 14, 2015 Press Release

The House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition (SEEC) is pleased to welcome Congressman Mark Pocan (WI-02) to its membership.

Statement on Tax Extenders

Dec 3, 2014 Press Release

Today’s short-term, mostly retroactive extension of many of these tax provisions is the absolute minimum necessary.

Rep. DelBene Joins SEEC

Dec 2, 2014 Press Release

SEEC Welcomes Rep. DelBene (WA-01), Coalition now at 58 Members

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Representing Iowa, a state that produces over 27 percent of its electricity from wind and the third most amount of wind in the country, Congressman Loebsack has been a leader in pushing clean, renewable, and homegrown energy policies. Congressman Loebsack is a champion for issues like renewing the wind production tax credit to help cut our dependence on fossil fuels and to invest in jobs in Iowa’s Second Congressional District, one of the only districts that manufactures all the parts for a wind turbine. He has also been a champion of programs such as the Rural Energy for America Program to help rural businesses become more energy efficient and produce their own renewable power.

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