CLEAN POWER PLAN RESOURCES

Check out the following Clean Power Plan communication resources, including recent opinion polls, messaging tips and analysis.  

 

 

 

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2016 was one of the hottest years on record, yet received little media attention during the recent presidential election. This article examines the attitudes of American voters toward climate change and renewable energy.

 

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Over the past decade the clean energy industry in America has increased significantly. Currently there are more then 2.5 million Americans working in the clean energy and energy transport. Energy efficiency has become one of the largest sectors in all 50 states making one in every three people working in clean energy.

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This article explains the key terms and concepts used in discussions about state compliance with the Clean Power Plan.

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In December 2014 The Earth's Best Defense conducted a survey among American voters in five sates to examine their views on environmental regulations.

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This survey found the majority of Americans (67%) support setting strict carbon dioxide emission limits on existing coal-fired power plants to reduce global warming and improve public health.

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This Report examines public support of the Environmental Protection Agency's launch of the Clean Power Plan which seeks an overall reduction reduce greenhouse gas emission from vehicles and newly-proposed electricity generating facilities.

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The majority of American voters support the final version of the Clean Power Plan two to one; 60% of voters favour the plan, while just 31% oppose it.

 

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This tip sheet summarizes current attitudes, challenges and framing considerations that could influence coal-related climate action in the United States.

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The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication have updated their work on the state of the public consensus around climate change in the US for 2015.

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Public opinion polling on American views of energy and environmental policy.

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The EPA is looking at introducing new regulations on carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, and this guide from Resource Media and US CAN want to help health professionals communicate it.

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