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Environment & Energy Publishing is a source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy politics and policy. Includes reporting of issues facing the White House, Congress, the courts, federal agencies and the states.

Includes:
EnergyWire - Daily coverage on the politics and business of unconventional energy
ClimateWire - In-depth source on the politics and business of climate change
E&E Daily - The best way to track Congress
Greenwire - Comprehensive coverage of federal agencies, States, courts, utilities, industry, endangered species, and natural resources
E&ENews PM - Real time on all breaking news
E&ETV - Original, news-making interviews with key policy leaders


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University of British Columbia has paid subscription access to E&E’s services – the premier source of objective, timely, and comprehensive information for professionals who track environment and energy policy news.

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Upon filling out the information and clicking Sign Up Now, UBC professionals will be set up for access under your organization’s license to E&E, and emailed within 24 hours (usually much sooner) with a personal Username and Password to start accessing ClimateWire, E&E Daily, Greenwire, EnergyWire and E&ENews PM - eenews

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  • E-mail:               UBC students and staff should use their “[@ubc.ca]” professional email addresses
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