Author: Tom Schueneman


The coming decade is expected to attract $245 billion in new clean energy investments, but unless more aggressive policies are adopted, the US could leave nearly another $100 billion on the table. So says a report released last week from Read more…


A new Stanford University study suggests the best and quickest means of slowing Arctic sea ice melt is by reducing soot emissions caused by burning fossil fuels, wood, and dung.


They are fast becoming the ghost towns of the 21st century, places like the southern California exoburb of Victorville, built around the car and an endless supply of cheap gas for the 50-mile drive to work and the 5-mile drive Read more…

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