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US Climate Action “Costs” Illuminated

June 8th, 2014 | by Rocky Mountain Institute

Originally published on Rocky Mountain Institute. By Jules Kortenhorst Earlier this week, the United States Environmental Protection Agency announced new guidelines under [&hellip


In The Aftermath Of Earth Day

April 28th, 2014 | by Guest Contributor

By Vic Shao Celebrating Earth Day often feels like New Year’s Eve. We all get excited, drink some environmental kool-aid and make [&hellip


Are Electric Cars “Green” No Matter Where You Plug-In?

April 20th, 2012 | by Breath on the Wind

Paul Stenquist of the New York Times attempted to educate us last Sunday by suggesting that pollution from electric cars is as clear as a sixth grade math problem. However, by 9th grade, we should begin to understand that although we can add any numbers together, it is the relationship between those numbers and something in the real world which gives us sensible results


NYTimes Green Jobs Story Misstated Sources Tremendously

September 7th, 2011 | by Stephen Lacey

Shortly after the New York Times released an inaccurate piece on the growth of green jobs, Van Jones expressed anger that the writer used selective quotes from an hour-long interview to satisfy the predetermined conclusion of the article. Now, one of the other key sources, SolFocus VP of Business Development Nancy Hartsoch, is speaking out about the reporter’s selective use of facts to paint an inaccurate picture of her company’s operations. In an exclusive interview, she tells Climate Progress


GOP Front Group AAPS Behind Bogus Biofuel Death Claims

April 11th, 2011 | by Jo Borrás

Every once in a while, I read something that doesn't quite jive. Sometimes it's a simple typo or a misplaced decimal point, and a quick double-take + common sense will straighten things out. Other times, like when I read a report on Autoblog Green about the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) predicting a move to ethanol-based bio-fuels "could kill 200,000 people a year", something more sinister (or possibly just "more stupid") is behind the apparent disconnect



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