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EDF Voices: People on the planet
Dan is a writer and editor at EDF.
Cyber-terrorists are targeting our aging electric grid
Published November 11, 2013 in
In the first half of 2013, the grid was hit by more than a hundred serious cyber-attacks. How do we protect ourselves?
PBS Newshour features EDF's role in a coalition to improve drilling in the Marcellus
Published November 4, 2013 in
Ever wonder why we work on natural gas?
What clean energy finance can do to reduce inequality
Published October 31, 2013 in
Helping underserved communities pay less for cleaner energy.
Like practical, business-friendly energy efficiency financing? Meet PACE.
Published August 14, 2013 in
Property Assessed Clean Energy projects help property owners reduce their carbon footprint, save money, and advance the clean energy future.
Air conditioning is not the enemy. Carbon pollution is.
Published August 12, 2013 in
We don’t have to give up the things we love. We just need to recognize — and pay for — their full costs.
Could air pollution cause autism and diabetes in children?
Published August 7, 2013 in
New research connects air pollution to increased rates of autism and diabetes.
Must read: NYT op-ed on a "Republican case for climate action"
Published August 5, 2013 in
Four former EPA administrators made a compelling case.
The right way to judge a carbon market (hint: it's not the prices)
Published July 18, 2013 in
The goal of a carbon market is to make emissions scarce.
One way or another, we all profit from clean energy
Published July 16, 2013 in
Investing in clean energy makes a great deal of sense (and cents).
Conservatives and the battle of the bulb: Three perspectives
Published June 25, 2013 in
Discussing a study that suggests some conservatives make consumer choices (e.g., what kinds of light bulbs to buy) to avoid products listed as environmentally preferable.