Florida’s Difficult Path To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The population of the state of Florida is approximately 21.99 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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Renewable Energy Boom In The Lone Star State

The population of the Lone Star State, Texas is approximately 29.47 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used natural…

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New York State’s Future Is “Blowin’ In The Wind”

The population of the state of New York is approximately 19.44 million people[1]. In April 2020, state utilities used nuclear…

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Exposing Global Polluters

The Paris Agreement was an environmental accord developed in 2015 to address climate change. The agreement’s goal is to substantially…

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Colorado Continues To Move Away From Coal

The population of the state of Colorado is approximately 5.84 million people. In April 2020, state utilities used coal (36.0%),…

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Utah Slowly Turning Away From Coal

The population of the state of Utah is approximately 2.76 million people. In March 2020, state utilities used coal (62.1%),…

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Wind Is Key To Denmark’s Future

The population of the Kingdom of Denmark is approximately 5.707 million people. In 2018, utilities in the country used renewable…

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Solar and Geothermal Powering Nevada

The population of the state of Nevada is approximately 3.14 million people. In March 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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Land of the Rising Sun Turns To Wind

The population of the state of Tennessee is approximately 6.89 million people. In March 2020, state utilities used nuclear (51.7%),…

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Wind Is Powering The Sunflower State

The population of the “Sunflower State,” Kansas is approximately 2.91 million people. In March 2020, state utilities used renewable energy…

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