Estonia’s Greatest Threat – Russia or Climate Change?

The Republic of Estonia regained independence from the United Socialist Soviet Republic (USSR) in 1991. Estonia is bordered by Russia…

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Bright Solar Future In The Badger State

The current population of the “Badge State,” Wisconsin is approximately 5.84 million people. In January 2019, state utilities used coal…

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Coal, The Costly Killer

Duke Energy, America’s largest electric company was recently ordered the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to excavate the…

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More Utilities Turning Their Back on Coal

In June 2018, Consumers Energy announced a plan to stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040. Consumer Energy is…

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Serbia Turning From Coal To Wind

The current population of the Republic of Serbia is approximately 8.74 million people. In 2016, utilities used fossil fuels (70%)…

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Will Puerto Rico Give Green Energy The Cold Shoulder?

On September 17, 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The Category 5 hurricane killed nearly 3,000 inhabitants…

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“Land of Enchantment” To Be “Land of Renewables”

The current population of the “Land of Enchantment”, New Mexico is estimated to be 2.09 million people. In December 2018,…

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Will Solar Win The Battle With Coal In The Czech Republic?

The current population of the Czech Republic is approximately 10.63 million people. In 2018, utilities used fossil fuels (57.4%), nuclear…

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Wonder State Solar

The current population of the “Wonder State,” Arkansas is estimated to be 3.04 million people. In November 2018, state utilities…

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Global Air Quality

I frequently tell people, if you are debating global warming and climate change with a climate skeptic you are “studying…

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