The Wall Street Journal ECO:nomics 2016 conference began with two heavy hitters involved in major industry and policy decisions related to energy and climate change issues. First, we received a … Continue reading Day 1 Wall Street Journal ECO:nomics
How does your ideal energy mix differ from the actual mix of energy sources your suppliers uses to power your home?
In February 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (also known as, ARRA, the Recovery Act, or simply the stimulus). Through the Recovery Act, the Energy Department … Continue reading Update (Video): Recovery Act’s Clean Energy Revolution
Last October I was invited to join the It’s Hot in Here radio team on WCBN 88.3 FM-Ann Arbor for a discussion about climate justice. The show kicked off discussing the disparities between … Continue reading That time I was on the radio talking about #ClimateJustice
Integrating healthcare and “earthcare”, today, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical (NCA&T) State University cuts the ribbon on its “greenest” campus building. The two-story, state of the art, 27,548 square foot … Continue reading Harmonizing Healthcare and Earthcare NCA&T Opens LEED Silver Building
EPA’s Eco Tip: Change your HVAC system filter Check your filter every month, especially during heavy use months (winter and summer). If the filter looks dirty after a month, change … Continue reading Calendar Reminder – Change Your HVAC Filter Every 3 Months
EPA’s Earth Tip: Insulate your hot water heater by wrapping it with an insulating jacket, save at least $30 a year and reduce carbon pollution. To help keep your hot … Continue reading Earth Tip – Insulate Your Hot Water Heater
News from City Hall City Communications Office City of Kansas City, Mo. http://www.kcmo.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 17, 2014 City Market gains solar panels What’s greener than a local farmers … Continue reading What’s greener than a local farmers market? One with green energy!
NEWS RELEASE Media Contact: Patrick Kiker email@example.com 202.507.4043 Light Bulb Rider Could Endanger U.S. Jobs By ACEEE Executive Director Steven Nadel Once again, some members of the House are trying … Continue reading Congressional Light Bulb Rider Could Endanger U.S. Jobs
Often, ‘going green’ means having green, but not if you live in Peru. Peru has initiated a program to provide more than 2 million of its poorest residents with solar electricity, … Continue reading Peru’s Solar For the Poor Program