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President Obama Issues Executive Order on Emissions as Budgets Move Through

On March 19th, President Obama, continuing to push his climate change agenda over his final two years, signed an executive order requiring that by 2025 the federal government decrease its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 40 percent. The announcement was coupled with pledges from several private sector partners to cut their own GHG output. Meanwhile, in the last week the House and Senate moved on their budgets and the Department of Interior issued its fracking rule. Read more in the latest Energy and Environment Update from ML Strategies.

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David Leiter