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Looking for a pop from premium gasoline? Look again

It may not change human behavior, but if it did, a recent AAA report on the benefits of premium gasoline might cut into what on paper looks like a pretty profitable business. In the study, released in the middle of last month, AAA —Show More Summary

Britain’s Civilian Nuclear Program Is Not a Stealth Military Program

Last week, the New York Times published an Op-Ed by Peter Wynn Kirby, a social anthropologist at Oxford, alleging that the United Kingdom promoted the Hinkley Point C project as “a stealth initiative to bolster Britain’s nuclear deterrent.”...Show More Summary Set to Explode, While XG.FAST Waits in the Wings

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Everything You Need to Know About Digital Applications and ATS

Online or digital applications are supposed to make job searches easier. Although it obviates perusing paper classified ads, the massive amounts of information you have to input while applying for a job online led to the advent of applicant tracking systems used by employers. Show More Summary

Moving Vans More Powerful Than Ballot Boxes

Ilya Somin Americans will soon get a chance to vote at the ballot box. But too little attention has been paid to their declining opportunities to vote with their feet. If we want to expand freedom and opportunity for the poorest among us, we must get moving on making it easier for them to move. Show More Summary

TODAY’S STUDY: On The Way To 100% New Energy In Hawaii

Hawai‘i 2016 Energy Report Card October 2016 (Blue Planet Foundation) Introduction Blue Planet Foundation’s fourth annual energy report card presents a big-picture assessment of Hawai‘i’s progress toward energy independence with 100 percent clean energy. Show More Summary

QUICK NEWS, October 18: The Lack Of Climate Change In The Election; Trump And Clinton On Climate Change And New Energy; New Energy Keeps Booming

The Lack Of Climate Change In The Election For Clinton and Trump, There’s Little Debating a Climate Change Divide John Schwartz and Tatiana Schlossberg, October 18, 2016 (NY Times) “…[Climate change is missing from the list topics chosen...Show More Summary

And the Green Power Leadership Award Goes To…

Intel, SC Johnson, Cisco Systems and Apple are among the leading renewable energy users in the US, according to the EPA, which recognized these and a dozen other companies with Green Power Leadership Awards.

Top 10 Steps for a Successful EMIS Project: New Report

Leaders at large enterprises know that gathering and disseminating information about EHS performance can lead directly to improved financial performance, says Dorney Douglass, a senior director at Sphera. In a new report from Environmental...Show More Summary

Proposals to Eliminate Natural Gas from the Fuel Mix Are Premature

Natural gas is commonly called a “bridge” to a low carbon future. Why this metaphor? A bridge crosses over an obstacle, like a river or canyon. The metaphor suggests that transitioning from coal to natural gas for electric generation is one of the most cost-effective and scalable opportunities for cutting greenhouse gases on our way to the promised shore of even lower emissions.

Interview Jean-Bernard Lévy, CEO EDF: “Our Future Lies in Combination Nuclear and Renewables”

EDF, one of the largest electricity producers in the world, has embarked on a “2030” strategy focused on renewable energy and customer solutions in addition to its large nuclear business. According to CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy, “EDF’s future lies in a generation mix that combines nuclear and renewable energies.”

U.S. Signs on to Global Agreement Capping Aviation Emissions

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) finalized an agreement to cap the aviation industry’s CO2 emissions at 2020 levels. Due to the cross-border nature of aviation, this sector, which is responsible for 2 percent of all GHG emissions globally, was excluded from the Paris Agreement in 2015.

Why Does the 5th Fuel, Energy Efficiency, Remain Underappreciated in the UK?

For as long as I can remember I, and therefore Energys Group, have pushed the message that energy efficiency and demand reduction are cheaper than building more capacity to generate electricity. You may imagine then I was pleased to see that The Climate Group has started calling efficiency the 5th fuel.

New Record for Fusion

On Friday, Sept. 30, at 9:25 p.m. EDT, scientists and engineers at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center made a leap forward in the pursuit of clean energy. The team set a new world record for plasma pressure in the Institute’s Alcator C-Mod tokamak nuclear fusion reactor.

Cover Letters Are Not a Lost Art

Composing a cover letter for every job you apply for is a time-consuming process, and due to the popularity of electronic application software, less recruiters require applicants to submit them. These facts cause many job seekers to wonder if it's worth the effort to craft a cover letter to include with their resume. Show More Summary

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