Category Archives: Energy

Green Power

Green Power – Wave of the Future Françoise d’Estais, Angus McCrone & Ulf Moslener The price of renewable energy — especially solar power — continues to tumble, and the result is more green power generating capacity for fewer dollars. That’s … Continue reading

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Growing Fossil Fuel Divestment Protests Hit Colleges Nationwide | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

Growing Fossil Fuel Divestment Protests Hit Colleges Nationwide | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community.

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Benefits of a Carbon Fee – NYTimes.com

Benefits of a Carbon Fee – NYTimes.com.

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With First Nationwide Fracking Law, Germany Approaches A Ban | ThinkProgress

With First Nationwide Fracking Law, Germany Approaches A Ban | ThinkProgress.

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A $600-Million Fracking Company Just Sued This Tiny Ohio Town For Its Water | ThinkProgress

A $600-Million Fracking Company Just Sued This Tiny Ohio Town For Its Water | ThinkProgress.

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Climate change: UN backs fossil fuel divestment campaign | Environment | The Guardian

Climate change: UN backs fossil fuel divestment campaign | Environment | The Guardian.

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Good News on Energy – NYTimes.com

Good News on Energy – NYTimes.com.

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Climate Action Means a Brighter Future | United Nations Foundation

Next month in Lima, Peru, negotiators from around the world will gather for the next round of United Nations climate talks. That will be an important moment on the journey to Paris in 2015, when all countries have pledged to … Continue reading

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Sun and Wind Alter Global Landscape, Leaving Utilities Behind – NYTimes.com

Sun and Wind Alter Global Landscape, Leaving Utilities Behind – NYTimes.com.

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Water and the Keystone XL Pipeline | Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Water and the Keystone XL Pipeline | Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.

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