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30 Years Of Presidential Quotes On Climate Change

February 21st, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Do you know where recent U.S. presidents stand on climate change? The facts may surprise you. In honor of Presidents’ Day on February 20th, we created this quiz of presidential climate quotes. Test your knowledge to see how you stack up.


Tesla Is Not A Car, It’s A Revolution

February 21st, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Three years ago this month, Bloomberg published this “view” by Edward Niedermeyer, an auto journalist who gets published on big websites because he’s an auto journalist who gets published on big websites. With three years of hindsight, and with Model III apparently about to start pilot production, let’s revisit his Bloomberg piece, eh


Hamburg Considers Innovative Underground Heat Storage Scheme

February 17th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Institutions in Hamburg are proposing to build a large underground thermal heat storage system that could supply roughly a quarter of the city’s heating needs with waste heat from industrial and power plants. If successful, it would make Vattenfall’s plans to realise a CO2-neutral district heating network superfluous. It could also serve as an example for other cities


70% Of Trump Voters Want Clean Energy To Make America Great Again

February 17th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Angel Garcia, a 41-year-old attorney from the south side of Chicago, is as passionate about clean energy as he is about deep-dish pizza and the Chicago Bears. He fostered a love for the environment while hiking and camping as a Boy Scout, and he’s now a devoted crusader for renewables. But he’s not a liberal climate hawk. He’s a “small-government, lower-taxes Republican.”


How To Organize In The Age Of Trump

February 17th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Environmental justice groups operate at the intersection of progressive issues, where liberal constituencies find common cause. Organizers don’t talk about the environment or climate as discrete issues. Rather, they link climate to jobs, health and social justice. They advocate for a just economy, where everyone has the right to be safe and healthy, and everyone has the chance to get ahead. And they work at the grassroots level.


Climate Crisis Is Causing A Global Health Emergency

February 16th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Today we face a challenging political climate, but the climate crisis shouldn’t be political. It is not only the greatest existential crisis we face: it is also causing a global health emergency, where the stakes are life and death


Ushering In The Renewable Energy Transition At Latin America Energy Forum, March 9–10, 2017

February 11th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

The Latin America Energy Forum will see over 250 energy developers, financiers and public sector stakeholders gather from North and Latin America. The Latin America Energy Forum is co-located with the Powering Africa: Summit from 9-10 March at the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. The Powering Africa: Summit is a conference for decision-makers in the energy sector showcasing African energy & infrastructure projects seeking investment


Deadpool Star Ryan Reynolds Supports Conservation Efforts To Protect His Kids From Climate Crisis

February 9th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

“Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds developed a passion for the environment in high school after attending an outdoor education program. All these years later, he continues to advocate for sustainability, whether he is supporting American Forest’s The One Tree Initiative or stopping by 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward to discuss the preservation of our natural resources for future generations


6 States Leading The Way In Clean Energy & Climate Legislation

January 30th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Let’s face it. Going forward, the United States’ role in fighting the climate crisis on the international stage is uncertain. However, there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic, because states around the country are already leading the way in clean energy and climate legislation


To Save The Earth, Look To Space

January 30th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

In the new sci-fi novel Ocean of Storms, a disruptive pulse originating on the moon takes out Earth’s infrastructure. In the face of a crisis, international conflicts are set aside. The book’s authors, Christopher Mari and Jeremy K. Brown, recently sat down with Nexus Media to share their insights on international cooperation, conspiracy theories and the future of the space race



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