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February 4 Green Energy News

February 4th, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “Orkney’s Sustainability Revolution” • Orkney used to be a study in how to use energy unsustainably. The archipelago off the northern tip of Scotland bought and imported all its power from coal and gas plants on the Scottish mainland. These days it generates more electricity than it needs from wind turbines and Read More

February 3 Green Energy News

February 3rd, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “How To Change The Minds Of Climate Deniers” • Recent polls have found the number of people who believe climate change is real has increased considerably. What convinced them? To learn more about climate change converts, researchers at Yale and George Mason crunched the numbers from a blend of responses to surveys. Read More

February 2 Green Energy News

February 2nd, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “Monsoon Rains Cause Floods In Queensland” • Exceptional monsoon rains have caused severe flooding in parts of Australia’s north-eastern state of Queensland. The area normally has monsoon rains from December to April, but such flooding is rare. Meanwhile, parts of southern Australian are in the grip of a severe drought. [BBC] Flooding Read More

February 1 Green Energy News

February 1st, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “If The Earth Is Warming, Why Is It So Cold In Chicago?” • The record cold temperatures have prompted the alleged leader of the free world to tweet America could use some good old-fashioned “global waming.” The thing The Donald is incapable of comprehending is that weather and climate are two separate Read More

January 31 Green Energy News

January 31st, 2019|News, Renewable Energy News, World News|

Headline News: “The Key To Winning Victories Against Big Oil? Perseverance” • Vermont’s Middlebury College announced that it was divesting its fossil fuel holdings. That might not seem so newsworthy, as Middlebury is just one of many divesting colleges, but it is one of the first to reverse course. Six years ago the college Read More

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