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Welcome back from the long weekend, hope everyone had a relaxing holiday! Congress is out of session and it’s a short and slow week ahead but here’s a look at what’s happening:
Congress: while both the House and the Senate are out of session the House Energy Savings Performance Contract Caucus will be hosting an open breakfast event on Wednesday on the topic of improving the military’s energy efficiency and resiliency.
Planet: Atlantic hurricane season officially begins on Saturday. You can read about NOAA’s outlook for the upcoming season here.
ICYMI: The European Parliament elections occurred this past Sunday and the result was an overwhelming rejection of centrist politics. Although far-right parties won seats, Europe’s Green group made big gains. According to NBC, in Germany, the Greens doubled their provisional vote share to 21% and overtook the country’s traditional center-left Social Democrats in the process.
Thanks so much for starting your Monday morning with us. We hope you enjoyed the climate forum last week and stay tuned for exclusive content that we’ll feature in the coming weeks. Here’s a preview of stories to watch this week: International: The United Nations General Assembly convenes this week, beginning with a climate summit […]
We hope you had a great weekend #FriendsOfThePlanet. Congress is back in session after a month-long recess, school’s back, summer’s over and there’s a lot to talk about. Here’s a quick recap of what you can expect this week: Congress: The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis will hold a hearing called “Solving the […]
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