Boulder’s “Climate Action Plan”: inefficient, ineffective

January 19th, 2012 by Brian T. Schwartz Categories: Opinion Editorials, Publications, energy, taxes No Responses

Directly reducing these threat from extreme temperature, coastal flooding, hurricanes, malaria, poverty, starvation, and water stress and promoting prosperity save more lives at lower cost than attempts involving emissions reductions.

Governor’s Energy Office Needs a Dose of Sunshine

October 3rd, 2011 by admin Categories: Issue Papers, Publications, energy, transparency No Responses

The Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) of the State of Colorado spent a total of $121,652,884.75 from January 2008 to November 2010. This report aims to clarify and provide transparency to the GEO’s spending. Despite best efforts, the exact nature of many of the expenditures remains unclear.