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GE Juices the Electric Car Market

by Rick on November 12, 2010

GE is buying Volts. Chevy Volts, that is. Yes, the energy giant is jumping into electric cars. In a move that seems fitting, if admittedly self-serving, GE – proud owner of one of the world’s largest vehicle fleets – has announced they will purchase 25,000 electric vehicles by 2015. They’ll start with an initial purchase [...]

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Gas Prices Got You Down? Ditch Your Car

by Rick on October 14, 2010

Have you noticed a little more pain at the pump this week? I sure did – I had to pay $2.69 a gallon for gas yesterday. And that was at the cheap-o place. Yikes! CNN is reporting today that gas prices nationwide jumped 8 cents a gallon compared to two weeks ago. The folks at [...]

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Good News: Obama Halts, Delays Drilling

by Rick on May 27, 2010

From the Department of Silver Linings: Alaska’s Chukchi and Beaufort seas are safe, at least for the moment. And Virginia’s offshore lease appears to be, well, dead in the water. Thanks, BP! In the Obama administration’s most decisive policy response yet to the BP oil spill, today Barack Obama delayed or canceled deepwater offshore oil [...]

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Did I Say THAT? Eating My Words About BP

by Rick on May 18, 2010

I figured I’d regret giving BP credit for its oil spill response. Daniel Gross catalogs BP bumbling.

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Use Google Earth to Calculate Your Solar Energy Potential

by Rick on May 14, 2010

Thinking about solar panels for your roof, but not sure about the cost? Use Google Earth to suss out your home’s solar energy footprint. RoofRay.com zeroes in on your rooftop via Google Earth to analyze your roof’s sunlight potential and estimate your solar ROI: how much would solar panels cost you, and how much could [...]

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THINK Electric Car: On U.S. Streets in 2010?

by Rick on May 11, 2010

The THINK electric car company just received a $40 million “battery charge” – an equity investment designed to help the company increase product development and launch in the United States. The Norwegian automaker plans to start selling the THINK City EV in the US in 2010 and will begin manufacturing the vehicle in Elkhart, Indiana, [...]

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BP Oil Spill: Dome Down, Two to Go

by Rick on May 10, 2010

CNN has a good description of why the dome failed to cap BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill: methane hydrates. So what’s next?

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BP’s True Colors: Not Exactly Green

by Rick on May 6, 2010

Over the last few years, BP, the petroleum company formerly known as British Petroleum, has been in a mad rush to re-brand themselves, launching the disingenuous “Beyond Petroleum” campaign and making big statements about “alternative energy” – which, in their very generous definition, includes natural gas. They even change the color of all their stations [...]

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Beef Tallow Power: Amtrak Train Bound for … Gory?

by Rick on May 6, 2010

Amtrak has thrown us enviros an eco-curveball. The rail operator recently announced the nation’s first biofuel-powered locomotive on its line from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Fort Worth, Texas. Awesome! The catch? The biodiesel feedstock is beef tallow. Of course we want to support biodiesel efforts that have real benefits in reduced emissions of carbon dioxide [...]

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EPA: Climate Change is Real

by Rick on April 28, 2010

Climate change isn’t coming, folks – it’s already here. So says the EPA in an 80-page report, Climate Change Indicators in the United States, announced yesterday. “Climate change is a very real problem with impacts that are already being seen,” said Gina McCarthy, assistant administrator for EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation. According to the [...]

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Green Your Shopping in 3 Easy Steps

by Rick on April 22, 2010

Shopping. We all do it. We all buy stuff we need, stuff we want, and some stuff that, honestly, we could probably do without. But it’s a fact of life, we live in a dispersed and increasingly global economy, and shopping isn’t going away. And all that stuff we buy impacts the planet. So what [...]

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Shop Sustainably: Six Ways to Choose Green Products

by Rick on April 22, 2010

So you want to buy green, but you don’t know what to look for? It’s true; the array of “green” claims is dizzying, and it can be hard to cut through the green marketing hype to make truly informed sustainable shopping choices. Don’t become a victim of eco-stress! Use these six common-sense guidelines to help [...]

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