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Jennifer L. Morgan

Jennifer L. Morgan

Jennifer L. Morgan is the director of the Climate and Energy Program at the World Resources Institute.

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Stop stalling on climate change

While the American people and green groups are beyond frustrated that they haven't acted, Senators could always argue the time wasn't quite right. But today is different. Here's why.

By Jennifer L. Morgan | May 12, 2010; 12:54 PM ET | Comments (0)

Unfinished business

As we observe Earth Day this week, I hope senators will remember that today, as 40 years ago, people counted on them to make the right choices for America.

By Jennifer L. Morgan | April 20, 2010; 02:12 PM ET | Comments (5)

CCS is a critical part of the discussion

While the idea of burying carbon dioxide underground may sound far-fetched at first, it's something that we've done successfully for over thirty years as part of oil and gas industry operations.

By Jennifer L. Morgan | March 29, 2010; 10:13 AM ET | Comments (3)

A strong climate bill is good for business

First, reports of a climate and energy bill's demise in the Senate have been greatly exaggerated. Senators Kerry, Graham and Lieberman are drafting legislation that I think will gain broad support of those that care about domestic energy production on both sides of the aisle.

By Jennifer L. Morgan | February 3, 2010; 09:38 AM ET | Comments (7)

A closer look at developing country climate pledges

Though reports out of Copenhagen are covering the supposed tensions between developed and developing countries over the "Danish Text," there is actually quite a bit of movement among developing countries about their role in being part of the solution. One...

By Jennifer L. Morgan | December 10, 2009; 08:20 AM ET | Comments (10)

 
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