Natural Resources Defense Council and global warming
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The Natural Resources Defense Council is one of the major U.S. environmental groups campaigning on the issue of global warming.
It proposes four elements in a response to global warming:
- increasing energy efficiency;
- increasing vehicle fuel efficiency and promoting "smart growth";
- promoting bio-fuels and renewable energy; and
- carbon capture and storage, which it refers to as a program to "return carbon to the ground".
Articles and Resources
- "Solving Global warming: It can be Done", NRDC website, accessed May 2008.
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Articles By Hawkins
- David Hawkins and George Peridas, "No Time Like the Present: NRDC's Answer to MIT's 'Future of Coal' Report," NRDC Brief, March 2007
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