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What is your name?
Keith Schneider
What organisation do you work for?
US Climate Action Network
What country are you based in?
United States
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
Policy, politics, transportation, agriculture, energy, climate science, communications, journalism, water use, online techniques and tools, multi-media, land use, sprawl, urban design in United States and globally.
What is your telephone number?
231-920-0745
Do you have a Skype account?
keithschneider1
Which languages can you give interviews in?
ENGLISH
What is your website address?
http://usclimatenetwork.org
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I am media and communications director of the U.S. Climate Action Network, the largest alliance of climate action organizations in the United States. I am a writer for the New York Times, and contributor to a number of other online platforms, reporting on climate and related issues. I am senior editor of Circle of Blue, the best source of online reporting on the global freshwater crisis. I write a blog on these issues, Modeshift.org. I have 30 years of experience as a journalist, advocate, communications strategist, public interest strategist.

Keith Schneider's Blog

Obama's 80 Percent Clean Energy Goal: Who's He Kidding?

 

Arguably the central provision of President Obama's State of the Union address last night was the proposal to generate 80 percent of the nation's electricity from clean energy sources by 2035 -- including nuclear energy and CCS coal technology. Getting there will…

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Posted on January 26, 2011 at 21:14

Memo to Hu and Obama: Water and Energy Choke Points Merit Time at the China-U.S. Summit

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Washington’s foreign policy community is all aflutter anticipating the meaning and outcome of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s three-day summit with U.S. President Barack Obama, which starts today. But while the two heads of state focus on resolving what pries them apart, both nations share a dangerous confrontation within their borders over energy demand and water supply—offering a matchless opportunity for new kinds of cooperation on policy, technology,…

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Posted on January 18, 2011 at 15:09

Talk of Tianjin Climate Conference: China and U.S. Are Electrifying The Car

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TIANJIN, China - Whatever the differences that irked delegates from China and the United States during the six days of climate negotiations that ended here on Saturday, divisions principally defined by how each would control carbon emissions and measure progress, the unmistakable conclusion reached by most of the delegates and participants is how closely tied the two nations are to each the other.



Lying quietly below the nuanced diplomatic language of… Continue

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 13:38

Despite Divide at Tianjin Climate Conference, U.S. and China Cooperating on Advanced Coal Projects



TIANJIN, China - Though Chinese workers this week celebrated the 61st anniversary of the founding of the Peoples Republic of China, a holiday season as significant as July 4 in the United States, a swarm of

construction laborers at China's GreenGen coal-fired gasification power

plant were busy welding pipes, fitting massive joints, and bending

steel for forms to be filled with concrete.



Since construction on the $1 billion project…

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Posted on October 8, 2010 at 16:00

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At 18:12 on May 27, 2010, James A. Holtkamp said…
Keith -

I am very late in responding - I apologize. Tthe resistance I am seeing to clean energy in the US is mostly related to the siting of an energy project, whether it be on lands with unique values (such as endangered species habitats) or more prosaic NIMBY ( such as the resistance to offshoe wind projects because of the impairment of scenic values. Another big area of resistance is to the building of the additional transmission infrastucture to brong the celen electrons to the load centers.

- Jim Holtkamp
At 19:14 on March 29, 2010, Steven Weissman said…
This is certainly an issue that we are focusing on a lot at the Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment, and one I dealt with in my former life as an administrative law judge for the California PUC, where the last matter I handled was a very controversial transmission line arguably related to renewable energy development. Would be happy to talk through these issues with you and others. My phone: 510/642-0508.
At 1:56 on March 26, 2010, Ron Steffens said…
I'm familiar with the issues, the lands currently being proposed for industrial wind farms (and opposed by grassroots activists), and know some of those who are most concerned. Can't say I'm an expert, but would love to talk.

I'm following this particular issue now: http://www.energizevermont.org/notes/index/show?noteKey=State_Pursues_RINA_Designation_for_Ira%2FPoultney.

I'm in the office, 10-12 EDT Friday, 802 287 8294. Or at your convenience.

I'm intrigued by Circle of Blue, also.

- Ron Steffens
At 22:55 on March 25, 2010, Richard Littlemore said…
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At 22:33 on March 25, 2010, Richard Littlemore said…
On the face of it, yes. Don't know what additional assistance I can provide at the moment, but I'd be delighted to be part of the conversation and to help where I can.
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