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EDF Voices: People on the planet
Karin Rives is the Editorial Manager of EDF’s Voices blog.
Lima climate talks: The nuts and bolts of progress
Published December 8, 2014 in
Countries risk falling behind on transparency and book-keeping rules that are key to credible emission cuts.
Online or in-store? Our guide to a greener shopping season.
Published November 20, 2014 in
Buying your holiday gifts online is better for the environment - maybe. We explain.
US-China climate pact a "game changer" for clean energy
Published November 13, 2014 in
Together, China and U.S. have sent one of the most powerful market signals we have ever seen, writes EDF President Fred Krupp in the Wall Street Journal.
BP oil spill ruling could jumpstart Gulf Coast restoration work
Published September 5, 2014 in
Dozens of critical projects are in limbo because of lack of funding. This week's ruling in the 2010 Deep Horizon oil spill could change that.
Summer reading for the environmentally-minded
Published August 8, 2014 in
A good read is a must on the beach or during a long flight, so don't miss these reading tips from EDF staff.
New rules, innovations will build a clean energy economy
Published July 8, 2014 in
We need new rules, new ideas and new approaches to overcome a century of carbon-based "business as usual," EDF President Fred Krupp writes in a recent op-ed piece.
After 28 years with a flawed toxics law, finally a result
Published June 26, 2014 in
The EPA says consumers and workers are at risk from trichloroethylene, issuing its first final risk assessment under the Toxic Substances Control Act since 1986.