Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy

Written by Dr. David Schnare

June 2008

Creating a Cimate-Friendly Energy Policy
Creating a Cimate-Friendly Energy Policy — How do you create an energy policy that combines concern about energy needs with concerns over climate change? This paper, presented to the Virginia House of Delegates, provides a policy framework for evaluating energy and climate related proposals, and suggests various programs and projects that combine into a climate-friendly energy policy. View Policy Paper

June 2008

Creating a Climate-Friendly Energy Policy
Creating a Climate-Friendly Energy Policy — How do you create an energy policy that combines concern about energy needs with concerns over climate change? This paper, presented to the Virginia House of Delegates, provides a policy framework for evaluating energy and climate related proposals, and suggests various programs and projects that combine into a climate-friendly energy policy. View Policy Paper

May 2008

Climate Change and Geoengineering
Climate Change and Geoengineering — By David W. Schnare, Esq., Ph.D. Why is Virginia's climate change goal neither practically achievable or necessary in order to prevent catastrophic climate effects? The Jefferson Institute's Center for Environmental Stewardship has the answer. This presentation before Governor Tim Kaine's Climate Change Commission explains how geoengineering techniques can prevent the effects of climate change and provide the time needed to shift from carbon-based fuels, without significant harm to Virginia's economy. View PowerPoint

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