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State of the Union: On clean energy & climate change, President Obama is his own worst enemy

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By Jennifer Krill

January 28, 2014

As President Obama prepares to deliver his State of the Union address, he must explain why his administration’s policies on clean energy, climate and environmental goals have not lived up to his own standards. The President declares it is his policy to:

“Build the foundation for a clean energy economy, tackle the issue of climate change, and protect our environment.”

But his actions speak otherwise. In doing so, he is ignoring his own administration’s best available science on energy and the environment.

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Tagged with: fracking, pavillion, president obama, state of the union, dimock, exports, clean energy, weatherford


Complaints about mining’s burdensome regulations are unfounded

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By Jennifer Krill

January 18, 2014

In his Jan. 10 op-ed (Threats to US mining exemplified in Rosemont Copper delays), Dan McGroarty ridiculously complains about the mining industry’s regulatory burden in general, and the Rosemont mine proposal’s specifically. To boot, he claims my organization epitomizes mining obstructionism.

Mr. McGroarty’s complaints are outrageous because federal law requires the U.S. Forest Service to approve the Rosemont mine.

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