OTHER EVENTS TO WATCH TUESDAY:
Gary Doer, Canada’s ambassador to the United States, will speak Tuesday at DLA Piper’s big Global Energy Summit.
And check out the whole conference agenda here.
Other events on tap Tuesday include:
• A Federal Energy Regulatory Commission workshop on hydropower.
• An American Association for the Advancement of Science-hosted energy and sustainability event with officials from Exxon, the Energy Information Administration and the World Bank.
• Speeches by North Dakota’s senators at the Energy and Environmental Research Center conference.
POLL POSITION: A pair of polls on energy and environmental topics surfaced Monday.
A Pew Research Center poll shows that 62 percent of the public has a favorable view of the Environmental Protection Agency, although there's a big partisan split.
An American Petroleum Institute-commissioned poll shows support for expanded domestic oil-and-gas drilling.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Check out these stories that ran on E2-Wire Monday and over the weekend . . .
– U.S. carbon dioxide emissions fell in 2012
– Sen. Vitter blocks Energy Department nominee
– US Chamber, Kochs join ‘social cost of carbon’ lobbying fight
– Oil industry backs US-Mexico drilling bill without Dodd-Frank waiver
– Departing FERC chairman to join law firm
– Energy Department looks deeper into oil-and-gas drilling boom
– Chevron reports $2 million in July-Sept. lobbying
AROUND THE WEB:
The Washington Post reports on a study that concludes the shale gas drilling boom won’t do much to curb global warming.
Reuters reports that a smog emergency “all but shut down one of northeastern China's largest cities on Monday.”
The Oregonian looks at the toll air pollution is taking on computers in China.
Bloomberg reports on what's keeping OPEC's secretary-general up at night.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on arrests at an environmental march and protest.
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