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Every Little Bit Helps by City-Tech blogger Hussein Alnomani

Recently, when I walked in the movie theater, there was a desk at the front who asked me for ten minutes of my time. They were representing a group of people who are trying to convince people to change their electricity source to a clean source.  I was curious to know more about it. I

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Divesting in Fossil Fuels Shapes the Financial Market

We posted back in January about the first major event on climate change for investors and business at a meeting called “The 2016 Investor Summit on Climate Risk” held at the United Nations in NYC. The summit hosted some 500 global investors who, in total, represented an estimated $22tn in assets and represented a new direction

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Don’t Nuke the Climate

At the COP21, which is the 21st Conference of the Parties climate summit in Paris, delegates and scientists are trying to figure out how to reduce global warming. Within that discussion is a fierce debate between those who support the use of nuclear power for generating electricity as a means of cutting carbon emissions and

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Obama’s Clean Power Plan

“There is such a thing as being too late when it comes to climate change,” said President Obama when he announced his action plan for climate change on August 3. The Clean Power Plan (CPP) details the goals expected to be realized by 2020 to 2030. The President said the plan was “the biggest, most

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We’re Number One: U.S. Installed Most Wind Power In 2012

According to an industry report by Navigant Research, the US has overtaken China as the world’s largest wind power market. The report also states that GE has grabbed 15.5 percent of the market share, replacing the Danish company Vestas as the top supplier for wind power. 2012 saw a 12.3% increase in wind installations across

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