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The George Washington University
This podcast explores the carbon control challenge in Costa Rica, and how one community organizer is working to help change the way her country moves.
George Washington University
We could have 100% sustainable energy thanks to Elon Musk's Gigafactory plan.
solar energy panels

A rooftop of solar panels can create long-term savings for a home or business. (Pixbay)

State University College at Buffalo
The solar industry is making its way into becoming a fierce competitor in the energy sector. As prices for solar continue to decrease, new innovations are incentivizing Americans to invest in solar homes.

A tour of the Tesla Gigafactory during construction in February 2016 shows off its massive interior. (Steve Jurvetson/Creative Commons)

George Washington University
Construction of the Tesla Gigafactory began in Reno, Nevada, in 2014 with the mission of generating greater outputs of lithium ion batteries to keep up with the increasing demand of electric cars in the global market.
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
Once thought of as the stuff of science fiction, driverless cars already have become science fact. But what of safety — and the environment?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Driving cross-country is a time-honored American tradition, but what about driving all those miles in an electric car?
When folks think of fast electric cars, Tesla is the first to come to mind. New competition aims to change the game. The Li-Ion Motors Wave was a winner in the Automotive X-Prize two-seater class. But the Wave is a commuter car. The Li-Ion Inizio is... Read More
RCP, Inc.
I am often asked if converting US cars to battery power would result in a net reduction of CO2 emissions. After all the electricity needed to recharge tomorrow's vehicle batteries will be generated at power plants which themselves have a carbon... Read More