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The Journal News featured executive director of Pace’s Energy and Climate Center Craig Hart in the op-ed "Earth Day: To achieve our clean energy goals, the private sector must commit | Opinion"

04/21/2021

The Journal News featured executive director of Pace’s Energy and Climate Center Craig Hart in the op-ed "Earth Day: To achieve our clean energy goals, the private sector must commit | Opinion"

The first Earth Day was April 22, 1970.  Considered a marker for the modern environmental movement, it was born of a bipartisan effort between a Democratic Senator from Wisconsin, a Republican Congressman from California and a small cohort of student activists. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency did not yet exist.  Neither did any of the laws or international treaties that now make up the canon of environmental protection. Craig Hart is the executive director of the Pace University Energy and Climate Center.  Michael N. Romita is the president and CEO of the Westchester County Association and a former environmental litigator with the U.S. Dept. of Justice.

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Forbes featured Craig Hart, director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Toothless At First, China’s Carbon Market Could Be Fearsome"

03/02/2021

Forbes featured Craig Hart, director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Toothless At First, China’s Carbon Market Could Be Fearsome"

Yet its appetite for coal is only growing. As of last year China had under construction or in various planning stages more coal-fired capacity—an estimated 249.6 gigawatts—than the current total capacity of either the U.S. or India. “Things are only getting worse,” observed Craig Hart, director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law. 

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