Category Archives: Energy

Dim the Lights…Please?

Photo: anotherpla.net If you go all-out with your Christmas light display, you might be doing more harm than good.  According to a recent study presented by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the American Geophysical Union, city … Continue reading

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Going All-Electric?

Photo: Tennessee Valley Authority The LA Auto Show is back, and if it’s any indication of where the automobile industry is headed, look no further than the electric vehicle.  Manufacturerers are trending toward the hybrid/electric vehicle market, seemingly addressing the shift in consumer … Continue reading

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Reusing CO2

When we think about global climate change and the warming of our planet, we tend to think about pollution, specifically greenhouse gas emissions from transit, power plants, or industrial sources.  A typical next step has been finding ways to curb … Continue reading

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Fracking for Gas

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has plans to study the environmental impacts of natural gas, specifically the modern technique of hydraulic fracturing.  Known as “fracking” for short, it is a natural gas industry technique that shoots copious amounts of water … Continue reading

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At a Standstill

Politico is reporting that the Climate Bill is in trouble.  The Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act (S.1733), better known to you and I as the Climate Bill, was originally introduced by Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Joseph Lieberman … Continue reading

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