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With the addition of Congressman Scott, SEEC now has 57 members, bring the Coalition to its largest size since its inception in 2009.
Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled a draft proposal to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants. Carbon emissions from human activities, such as power generation, are the principal driver of climate change.
Science and national security experts visited Capitol Hill last night to brief an audience of congressional staffers on the toll climate change is already taking on public well-being, at home and around the world. It was sponsored by the Senate Climate Action Task Force and the House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition.
Required study will help reduce extreme weather impacts.
Tomorrow evening, SEEC and the Senate Climate Action Task Force will host a panel discussion on the threat climate change poses to our health, security, and economy.
The United States Global Change Research Program released our third National Climate Assessment. It provides the latest insights into the historical, current, and future state of climate in the United States.