Renewable Energy Provided One-Third Of Germany’s Power In The First Half Of 2014
Thanks to favorable weather and record production from solar and wind power, renewable energy accounted for approximately 31 percent of Germany’s electricity generation in the first half of 2014.
July 10, 2014
Here’s Why Suburban Sprawl Cancels Out The Climate Benefits Of City Living
The average [household carbon footprint] in an urban core in the country is about 50 percent less than the average in the commuting suburbs around it
January 9, 2014
Clean Energy For All: California Advances Pioneering Shared Renewables Bill
California is already leading the nation in the transition to a clean economy and now the state’s legislators are looking to further cement that status.
July 3, 2013
‘Like a Monster Coming down the River’
The Gulf Coast region, still reeling from the oil-laden assault on its ecosystem and livelihoods, is now bracing for what’s being called one of the worst cases of flooding since the 1920s and “the nation’s slowest moving natural disaster.” Economists are projecting billions of dollars in damages just as local Gulf-dependent industries such as fisheries, aquaculture, and tourism are struggling back to profitability after the devastating blows from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and the BP oil spill.
May 18, 2011