From today’s Washington Post story on the Lieberman-Warner debate debacle, “Senate Leaders Pull Measure on Climate.”
Thomas J. Pyle, president of the Institute for Energy Research, a think tank funded in part by energy interests, said Americans “can breathe a sigh of relief knowing this bill is dead . . . for now.”
But Timothy Profeta, who directs Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, said the week had demonstrated that “a clear leadership coalition” on climate change had emerged.
So who funds Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions? In part or in whole…
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