PEER’s Voice in Climate Change and Energy
Climate change is an urgent threat that demands decisive government action. PEER works to hold government accountable to ambitious climate goals based on sound science and policy and supports holistic approaches to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and building resiliency in our communities.
Our work supports meaningful climate actions at the federal, state and local level, including efforts to rapidly increase clean energy production, improve energy conservation, preserve nature and biodiversity, decrease our use of toxic chemicals and pesticides, and improve our agricultural practices.
We are also a watchdog for hidden dangers and scams that result from any new climate program. Our efforts to address climate change must occur in the context of transparency, scientific integrity, and the support of meaningful dissent, and there must be systems in place to evaluate the effectiveness of climate and energy programs.
NEWS FROM PEER – Climate and Energy
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New Federal Rules Stress Climate Change Adaptation Missing from Jersey Policies
Sandy Damage to Nearly One-Third of Rail Fleet Was Predicted and Preventable
Feds Resilient Strategy Runs Counter to New Jersey Armor Plating Vulnerable Coast
Governor’s Climate Sub-Cabinet Stopped Meeting Years Ago
Reliance on Offsets Destroys Integrity and Undermines Climate Protection
PEER Sponsors Effort to Counter Fossil-Fueled Attacks on Climate Scientists
Kills Emission Reporting, Diverts Green Energy Fund & Defunds Climate Office
New Video Frames Fundamental Weaknesses of Cap & Trade Approach
Gov. Crist Nixes Joining RGGI or Pursuing State Emission Curbs; Will Defer to Feds
Climate Change and Coping with Climate Change Challenge Nature Sanctuaries
Political Support for Cap & Trade Will Not Overcome Its Practical Shortcomings
State Greenhouse Gas Plans, Such as New Jersey’s, Suffer from Same Pitfalls
Reliance on Carbon Sequestration, Nuclear and Loose Cap Raises Questions
Corzine Global Warming Program Behind Schedule, Blowing Second Major Deadline
“Professional Staff at EPA Has Nothing to Hide” Says Joint Letter to Johnson
Loopholes, Offsets and Economic Limits Sap Strength from Global Warming Plan
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan Due This Week Delayed Until Fall or Later