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Examining the Paradigm Shift To Renewable Energy

When I look at photos of U.S. cities taken in the early 20th Century, I like to guess the year before I look at the caption–and I’m almost always correct within a few years.  How?  The ratio of cars to

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Love the Outdoors, But Need To Charge Your Phone?

Going camping or canoeing and want to make sure you can get the 0.005 kWhs required to charge your cell phone?  Well, you have a few choices: a) Pack in this device I just came across, the Waterlily, a two-pound

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The EPA Announces War on Solar and Wind: Best of Luck

Scott Pruitt, Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is involved in two major offensives aimed at helping huge corporate polluters profit at the expense of the environment. The first is the repeal of the Obama-era Clean Power Plan that

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Mensa Shows that Excellence in Public Relations Means Positioning with Breaking News

There are two main schools of thought when it comes to PR:

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The Energy East Oil Pipeline Is Dead; Market Economics Bit It in the Back Side

TransCanada, the company behind Keystone XL, just pulled the plug on its environmentally disastrous Energy East Pipeline in Canada. Their #1 reason: Basic economics.

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Fossil Fuel Divestments, Both Secular and Religious, Are Making a Real Impact

Yesterday, on the anniversary of his death in the 12th Century, we celebrated the life and accomplishments of Saint Francis of Assisi.  Born into wealth, he walked away from it all when he heard the voice of Christ tell him

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Why Tax Cuts for the Wealthy Do Not Grow the Economy

In this video, billionaire Tom Steyer discusses the tax reform being contemplated in Washington, and discusses the validity of trickle-down economics, i.e., the theory that tax cuts for the wealthy serve to grow the economy. Though he does a wonderful

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From Guest Blogger Anica Oaks: Four Intrinsic Ways Companies are Crucial to the Green Movement

There is a great deal of importance placed on the environmental movement and keeping a set of green behaviors in mind as far as personal use and consumption goes, but there are just as many ways for companies to make

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A Contributed Post: How to Market Your Business as ‘Green’

Many businesses are genuinely believe in reducing their carbon footprint, and incorporate this into their products and day to day strategies. However, it can easily seem like a fad or an ingenuine sales pitch; therefore, you need to understand how

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From Guest Blogger Dimitris Papadopoulos: Four Simple Ways Your Business Can Go Green

A green business can help save the planet, make the working environment more pleasant for staff and reduce your outgoings. But some businesses still believe that taking the time and effort to become more eco-friendly is too tall an order

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