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An opportunity for renewable energy: California offshore wind
What’s going on up there? The potential for solar on superstores
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Clean Energy Pathways for Texas
We Have the Power
Did You Know?
In 2020, America produced almost four times as much clean energy from the wind and sun as it did in 2011.
Businesses, it’s time to think on top of the box
Superstores can help the environment and their bottom lines by installing solar panels
When is enough enough? The “abundance agenda” America needs
Abundance of good things is a good thing. And a political agenda designed to get more good things to more people is a worthwhile aspiration. But achieving abundance alone won’t “solve all of America’s problems.” Not hardly.
Edward Abbey and the robber baron mindset
Decades after he first issued them, Edward Abbey’s calls for the defense of America’s wilderness still feel uncomfortably relevant. As much as Abbey's work emphasizes the importance of legal protections against those who would plunder America’s natural lands, however, it also – more importantly – invites us to consider the value system that underlies, excuses and legitimizes this vandalism.
The first step in combatting cobalt shortages? Stop throwing it out
Cobalt supply shortages threaten to slow the progress towards a green energy future. Metals recycling can provide some relief, and, at the same time, teach us how to use our resources sustainably.
The U.S. cut financing for fossil fuel abroad. Now how about at home?
President Biden committed to ending most financing of foreign fossil fuel projects, but real action on climate change will require a transformation of the relationship between the U.S. government and the fossil fuel industry at home.