Climate Corner – Possible State Laws

As we write (mid-May), we are reaching the peak moments when the Texas Legislature makes its final decisions for 2021-2022, barring any special sessions called by the Governor. Numerous bills that affect climate have been proposed.    House Bill 2221 would create...

Climate corner – The tide is turning

At the end of January General Motors made a stunning announcement:  they will be offering 20 electric vehicles in 2023 and their entire fleet will be electric by 2035.  Simultaneously, of all car manufacturers, Tesla stock is the most valuable on the market...

Climate Corner – Texas Climate Legislation 2021

Barrett Sundberg 2 Feb, 2021 The Texas Legislature, which meets only once every two years, is now in session. The “Lege” is considering several proposed laws that may affect climate change. Possibly the most sweeping has been filed by our own Senator,...

Climate Corner – New National Era?

by Barrett Sundberg Dec 2020 Since its climate resolution last year, WPNA has kept an eye on national legislation related to climate, to keep its pledge of seeking positive action from legislators and keeping neighbors informed about key items that individuals can ask...

Climate Corner – Carbon Shrinker

By Barrett Sundberg   When WPNA passed its climate resolution last year, we said we would pursue neighborhood initiatives to reduce climate change. It’s time to start showing how much we’ve done. Meet the Windsor Park Carbon Shrinker facebook page at...

Climate Corner – The plan to save the planet

by Martin Luecke and Barrett Sundberg Stop the presses!  This just in:  An actual way forward in solving our climate crisis has arrived, and not a moment too soon. “Mobilizing for a zero carbon America: A Jobs and Employment Study” was published in July by...
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