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A Congressional briefing on he public health implications associated with different energy sources and technologies, hosted by the Environmental and Energy Study Institute
From ocean to ozone: Earth's nine life-support systems By Fred Pearce
To be able to commercilize BEV's and PHEV's at the 20 M level within five years as called for on this web site, solar charging in public venues will be required. Otherwise, the utility industry's current occassional offering of 'reduced rates for EV... Read More
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host Frank Sesno talks with Commissioner Mark Spitzer, of the Federal Energy and Regulatory Commission about how the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may finally lead to commercialization of plug-in hybrids.
Members of Congress speaking about renewable energy and energy efficiency at a May 27, 2010 event on Capitol Hill. More information is available at www.eesi.org/052710_expo
Nanotechnology is an emerging technology market with vast potential for reducing our carbon footprint. Naturally occurring structures, such as the tiny hairs on a gecko's foot, are teaching scientists innovative ways to tackle some of our biggest... Read More
Over the last few weeks since the "Next Steps to A Climate Bill" presentation at George Washington University, the initial diagnosis of collective ADD (Attention-Deficit Disorder) on environmental action I proposed has...well, oscillated maddeningly... Read More
Recent changes in one of Oxford’s public transportation systems could help keep it running for years to come.