Saturday, October 17, 2009

Clean Energy and Drinking Water Bills Working Way through Congress

Sen. John Kerry’s (MA) conglomerate climate bill (S. 1733) is working is one of the contenders for reducing carbon emissions, pumping money into energy technologies and helping drinking water systems adapt to a drier climate. Sen. Harry Reid (NV) has introduced bill to fund water system adaptations to climate change (S. 1712), which fellow Nevadan Rep. Shelley Berkley has introduced in the House of Representatives (H.R. 3747).

Related articles and posts:
Bill Watch—111th Congress

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