Stuart Eizenstat

Covington & Burling

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Partner at Covington & Burling, where he heads the international practice; staffer in three presidential administrations, including as US Ambassador to the European Union and a leader of the US delegation in negotiating the Kyoto Protocol on global warming

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Power plants are by far the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the US, and now the Obama EPA has issued regulations that Democrats in some regions are calling the first battle in…

Climate Change and the 'War on Coal'

Power plants are by far the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the US, and now the Obama EPA has issued regulations that Democrats in some regions are calling the first battle in…

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