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About Carolyn Fortuna

Carolyn Fortuna Carolyn Fortuna, Ph.D. is a writer, researcher, and educator with a lifelong dedication to ecojustice. She's won awards from the Anti-Defamation League, The International Literacy Association, and The Leavy Foundation. She’s molds scholarship into digital media literacy and learning to spread the word about sustainability issues. Please follow me on Twitter and Facebook and Google+



Author Archives: Carolyn Fortuna

Designing Climate Solutions — #CleanTechnica Book Review

November 14th, 2018 | by Carolyn Fortuna

A new book is a one-stop source for policy changes to reduce GHG emissions. Designing Climate Solutions: A Policy Guide for Low-Carbon Energy is an accessible guide that should be on every person's resource shelf. It offers concise information and pathways for the necessary transition to a low-carbon society


“We Breathe The Same Air” — EVs As Morality | #CleanTechnicaExclusive

November 12th, 2018 | by Carolyn Fortuna

With EV exponential growth expected over the next 5 years, we must advocate and lead by example in helping others who are not familiar with the functioning of EVs to fill in their gaps of knowledge, sometimes referred to as the "neighborhood effect." Rabbi Abraham concurs that we must all play our roles to help each other to understand the power and potential of an EV future


New Report Says Natural Capital Should Be Informing Financial Decision Making

October 17th, 2018 | by Carolyn Fortuna

Natural capital (clean air, oceans, ecosystems, and minerals on which our goods and services so often depend) is usually quite invisible in the financial decision making of leading companies in the corporate sector. It’s time for more financial institutions to change their perspectives about the importance of natural capital within their financial considerations


Trumpies Tell Energy Companies Not To Worry About Capturing Methane

September 24th, 2018 | by Carolyn Fortuna

The Trump administration recently moved to lift two rules on the leaking and uncontrolled release of the potent greenhouse gas methane from oil and natural gas operations. The change in methane regulations could reduce corporate expenditures as much as $2 billion over the next decade if they don't have to meet US compliance costs.



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