The untold story begins in July of 1977, “well before most of the world had heard of the looming climate crisis,” InsideClimate News reports.
The last few days have brought a spate of reports that struck me as unusually dire in their outlook for a business that had seemed invulnerable for so long.
This week's hearing was part of a lawsuit filed on behalf of several environmental groups seeking to compel the State Department to do its job, at least as the plaintiffs see it.
Relatively few people have been killed or sickened by radiation exposure in nuclear accidents, but the evacuations they require and the fearful risks they create have other adverse health consequences.
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light (MNIPL) and the Sierra Club were among the lead organizers of the solar garden project in north Minneapolis.
Inventor Touché Howard says the methane-measuring instruments work OK with small leaks but systematically under-record high concentrations.
Minnesota ranks 26th on total carbon emissions (1,470 pounds), 10th largest by reduction target (40.6 percent), and 18th by percentage of power from coal.
We need Minnesota’s air and energy regulators to continue to recognize the benefits of renewable power development in our state’s CPP implementation plan.
How the renewable energy revolution "could take place fast enough to actually help an overheating planet."
The recently launched program has been petitioned by Xcel, contested by developers and heads back to the Minnesota PUC for clarity and resolution.
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