WASHINGTON -- Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) joined green jobs leaders Thursday to tout a merger of green development groups and planned advocacy for ...
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Additional wind farms mean more renewable energy freeing the U.S. from reliance on foreign oil. But there's no point in replacing imported foreign oil with imported wind turbines
I had the good fortune to sit down with Guy Dauncey this week. Dauncey is an author and speaker on climate change, and always has great insights into the sociological side of sustainability.
Do President Obama and his top staff have the strength to stand up to the right-wing attack machine, and will they carry out the agenda Americans elected them to accomplish?
The Right is intensifying their attacks on the nonprofit organizations. These attacks are no longer just the sphere of the right wing blogosphere; now they're going mainstream.
Senator Brown's efforts to advance new investments in clean energy technologies and manufacturing are critical.
This is not a vast left-wing conspiracy. We want to make clean energy as American as apple pie.
In the last decade, GE has closed over fifteen factories in Ohio and downsized numerous others. Since 1980, employment in GE Lighting has dropped by 68 percent.
Clean energy isn't a mirage. It's the fastest growing industrial sector in the United States. It is already generating $25 billion a year in sales and revenue, with almost no support from the federal government.
70 percent of the US economy has been dependent on consumer purchasing to sustain economic growth. The portion of workers in the US who do not have a college education is also 70 percent.
We all say we want to go green, but do we all see the same kinds of change when we imagine an eco-friendly economy?
In Denver, Colo., Tom Plant, dire...
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