YOU SHOULD KNOW…

Posted by on Wed, Apr 1, 2015 @ 09:04 AM

Worldwide wind installations grew by 42 percent last year, according to a new report. Asia now leads as the continent with the most wind generating capacity. (Clean Technica)

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"This transportation and infrastructure proposal promises to keep America globally competitive in a rapidly changing world,” AAA Auto Club CEO Bob Darbelnet said in a statement about the administration’s infrastructure spending bill.

WHAT’S TRENDING

Global emissions – The U.S. is expected to pledge to cut 28 percent of greenhouse gas emissions today as part of a global treaty. (U.S. News and World Report)

Setting the record straight – EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy sits down to talk about the Clean Power Plan and also clears the air on some misconceptions—emphasizing the plan is constitutional, necessary and respectful of states. (Wall Street Journal)

Solar in the Sunshine State - Floridians for Solar Choice recently announced they now have72,000 signatures —enough to bring their solar proposal before the Florida Supreme Court to make the case for it as a ballot proposal in 2016. (Broward Palm Beach New Times)

Seen this movie before – The Missouri House of Representatives pushes the state senate to once again debate right-to-work legislation, despite the opposition it faces in the chamber. (CBS St. Louis)

BLUE-GREEN LINKS

Midwest Energy News: Ohio regulators tell lawmakers not to interfere on carbon rule

Reuters: One million green jobs projected by 2030 in China, EU and U.S.: experts

New York Times: Climate Change Threatens to Kill Off More Aspen Forests by 2050s, Scientists Say

Atlanta Journal Constitution: New Braves ballpark to go green
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