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Obama’s Piecemeal Climate Policy Is Gradually Paying Off

While Obama’s Earth Day speech in the Everglades turned out to be a big nothingburger—except if you’re the parent of a fourth-grader who’ll now receive a free annual National Park pass—there are renewed signs this week that his nickel-and-dime...Show More Summary

China’s Expanding African Relations: Implications for U.S. National Security

China’s rapidly increasing involvement in Africa has fed fears of renewed geopolitical competition with the United States, but the reality is more complicated and nuanced, according to a new RAND Corporation study. Activities by China in Africa have increased dramatically […]

Energy Storage: Powering The Future

What if there was a way to modernize the nation’s energy grid while also helping bolster renewable energy production? According to Tesla’s innovative mastermind, Elon Musk, the development of massive batteries, which store energy produced from renewable resources, could become a reality within the next year. Utilizing cutting edge technologies in [...]

NB Power looks to small-scale renewable energy

NB Power says as part of its goal to generate 40 per cent of its in-province sales from renewable sources by 2020, it will encourage locally owned, small-scale green energy. The plan would involve co-operatives and First Nations communities building and owning wind farms, solar panels, small hydro projects, biomass or biogas facilities. NB Power would buy the […]

Australia Could Reach 100% Renewables By 2050, As Experts Recommend 30% Emissions Cut By 2025

A new report conducted by the Australian National University and commissioned by WWF-Australia concludes that Australia could undertake an ambitious emissions reduction program and even reach 100% renewables and zero net emissions by 2050, all at a relatively low cost. Show More Summary

TODAY’S STUDY: HOW MUCH NEW ENERGY CAN CHINA BUILD?

China 2050 High Renewable Energy Penetration Scenario And Roadmap Study April 2015 (Energy Research Institute/National Development and Reform Commission) High Renewable Energy Penetration Scenario: Vision And Consensus We are continuously writing new chapters in our history. Show More Summary

Artificial Photosynthesis Advance Hailed As Major Breakthrough

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

In what's being called a win-win for the environment and the production of renewable energy, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley, have achieved a major breakthrough in artificial...Show More Summary

Mustang Survival Renews Partnership with Cabela’s National Walleye Tour

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (April 14, 2015) – Mustang Survival, a leading manufacturer of marine safety and extreme climate protectionproducts, has renewed its partnership with the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour (NWT) as an official sponsor for the 2015 season. Show More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Live Score, Highlights from International Friendly

The United States men's national team and Mexico will renew their rivalry at the Alamodome in San Antonio at 8:30 p.m. ET. Because the fixture does not land in a FIFA window, both sides will be represented by domestic players instead...Show More Summary

Landon Donovan Talks USA-Mexico Friendly, Gives Thoughts on Mexico Hating Him

The United States men's national soccer team renews its heated rivalry with Mexico in San Antonio on Wednesday night in an international friendly. Since 2000, the USA has had the better of its southern neighbors, winning 12 while losing only five of the 22 matches. Show More Summary

Report concludes nation is not divided when it comes to renewable energy

According to a new national poll of U.S. homeowners, Americans overwhelmingly support extended renewable energy incentives and a majority rank solar as the most important future energy source — across a range of demographics and political affiliations. The poll, commissioned by Clean Edge and SolarCity and conducted by Zogby Analytics, reveals that 74 percent of […]

#BringBackOurGirls, one year later: “I forgive Boko Haram for what they have done”

Nigeria has much to be proud of lately. With the conduction of last month’s peaceful elections, the world seems to be looking at the country with renewed eyes, as if Nigeria is finally showing signs of a nation where democratic processes are finally taking root. Finally, it seems, an African country is getting the hang […]

It Turns Out That You Can't Divide Americans Over Renewable Energy

In our second annual survey on American homeowners' attitudes toward clean energy, one thing is resoundingly clear. In a nation divided on climate change, immigration policy and so many other issues, Americans are overwhelmingly united in their support of renewable energy. Show More Summary

Asian Solar, European Offshore Wind Drives 2014 Renewable Growth

Investment in renewable energy grew 17 percent in 2014 to $270 billion, just 3 percent below the all-time record of nearly $279 billion in 2011, according to a new report from the United Nations Environment Program and Bloomberg New Energy Finance. read more

Dealing with discrimination in the federal workplace

Recent events in Indiana and Arkansas have renewed the national dialog about illegal discrimination, whether it involves discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, age, religion or gender. It’s an important conversation to have, and not least because discrimination in the workplace can drain the energy from an organization and take the focus away from getting […]

In Morocco, the Dawn of a Green Energy Revolution

2 weeks agoNews : Truthdig

In the Arab world, Morocco is the most serious about renewable energy, which is now powering its transformation from a poverty-stricken agricultural country to a modern industrial nation.

Homeland Security again seeks license-plate reader records

A little more than a year after the Department of Homeland Security canceled a plan to build a national license-plate reader database amid an outcry over privacy intrusions, federal officials are renewing the push. Continue reading Homeland...Show More Summary

Oregon Becomes First State to Automatically Register Voters Through DMV

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed legislation making the state the nation’s first to automatically register voters who use the DMV to obtain or renew a drivers’ license or state ID. From MSNBC: The law dictates that once residents...Show More Summary

Feds Renew Attempts to Access Nationwide License Plate Tracking System

Just over one year after the US Department of Homeland Security faced a massive wave of criticism that caused them to scrap plans for implementing a national license plate tracking system, the department is back at it and seeking bids from companies with the ability to make it a reality.

OECD: Rich Nations Provide Far More In Export Subsidies For Fossil Fuel Technologies Than For Renewables

Wealthy nations spend, on average, roughly 5 times more on export subsidies for fossil fuel technologies than for renewables, based on newly revealed data from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Given that...Show More Summary

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