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Kristin Boggiano, Guggenheim Partners – It’s a Jungle Out There Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Mwiki,Video

“You’re going to reinvent yourself your whole career. It’s not just a one-step thing. You may start off in the Ecuadorian Amazon, and become a regulatory lawyer years later.” When Kristin Boggiano was finishing college, she admittedly had no clue what she wanted to do. So when she got an opportunity to spend three weeks in the jungles of Ecuador working with indigenous tribes, she jumped at the chance. When she returned, she still had no conclusions, except that she really enjoyed indoor plumbing, air conditioning and American food. What she has come to understand, however, is the value of…

JLN Environmental/Energy: China to Have ETS by 2020; Coal to Surpass Oil as Top Global Fuel by 2020; US Energy Revolution Will End Old OPEC Regime Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, renewables news (some positive, some not) flows in from around the globe: Clean Energy Investment Headed for Second Annual Decline; EU unveils funding list for gas, power projects; German renewable surcharge to rise nearly 1 cent in 2014-sources; Chile Doubles Renewable-Energy Goal to 20% to Spark New Projects. Plus, Australians are betting China to have ETS ‘by 2020’. And, a guest writer in The FT says lets markets drive U.S. energy policy. Quote of the Day: “I think it sends a strong signal to any country that does not use price-based emissions mechanisms that it may be…

JLN Environmental/Energy: Keystone Nears Completion, But Canada Still Cut Off; Norway to buy more carbon credits; EU agrees to bend on aviation emissions, still faces resistance Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, Canada and Japan and Norway feature with their respective carbon market moves. Plus, Aviation Envoys Restrict EU Market Terms in Carbon Pledge. And, India’s Ultra-Mega Solar Plant to Sell Record-Low Power.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Fresh Hopes on Climate Change; Shutdown Would Scuttle House Pipeline Hearing; Intel Targets Share of $5 Billion Smart-Grid Market Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

Let’s call this edition’s Leads section our science and technology collective. Articles include: IPCC Scientist: Climate change will hit Europe’s competitiveness; South Korean Scientists Use E. Coli to Make Gasoline; Can Bob Inglis Make Republicans Relevant in Climate and Clean Energy Policy? and Intel Targets Share of $5 Billion Smart-Grid Market.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Analysis: Foes of Obama climate policy prepare battle over cost of carbon; European Wind Market to Shrink for 2 Years, Make Says; Citigroup and GE Finance Pattern Energy Texas Wind Farm Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, political coverage in a Reuters piece on the economic and climate tie-in. Bloomberg, meanwhile, has: Coal Foe Named to FERC Is Latest Obama Pick Drawing Ire. In the carbon space, Allianz Mulls Carbon Credit Expansion After Indonesia Investment.

JLN Environmental/Energy: ETS link can only hurt us; Offsetting Not An Option In Upcoming EPA Carbon Rules; Japan Boosts Carbon Credits Investment in Emerging Markets Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

Today’s issue features more from Australia on its ETS and Obama’s push into nat gas.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Why It Finally Makes Political Sense to Talk About Climate Change; Europe’s Biggest Solar Projects Threatened by China Deal; Shale Threatens Saudi Economy, Warns Prince Alwaleed Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, more follow-up on the EU-China solar deal throughout our Leads section. The National Journal digs into the mucky muck of politicizing climate change.

JLN Environmental/Energy: China, India to Drive World’s Growing Energy Use; A Carbon Tax by Any Other Name; Antitrust Probe Targets Halliburton’s Fracking Business Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, developing countries to vastly outpace OECD in carbon emissions -U.S. EIA. A power company says no problem hitting federal carbon cutting targets. And, a Scientific American interview with former Secretary of State George Shultz.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Shuttle diplomacy under way on global aviation emissions deal; Republicans Propose Limiting Obama Climate Plan in Budget; U.S. rules on fracking on public lands seen costing drillers dearly Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, carbon market coverage from Reuters’ in “Shuttle diplomacy under way on global aviation emissions deal” and from Business Green’s “Chinese minister confirms carbon tax is on its way”. Plus, “Enbridge Agrees to Buy 50 Percent of Quebec Wind Farm From EDF.”