Madagascar’s Dreams Of Electricity Becoming A Reality

National Economy The population of the Republic of Madagascar is approximately 28.20 million people[1]. In 2018, only 25.9% of the…

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Holland Abandoning Fossil Fuels For Renewables

National Economy The population of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Holland) is approximately 17.16 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of…

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ENERGY IN OREGON – Past, Potential, Barriers, & Path Forward

Engineers for a Sustainable Future (ESF) is an Oregon environmental nonprofit organization that supports federal and state action to address…

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KNDD RADIO SEATTLE – What’s Stopping Green Energy From Saving Us From Climate Change?

Emily Raines is the host of “Conversations” on radio stations KNDD, KKWF, KSWD, KISW and KHTP out of Seattle Washington.…

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Solar For The Sunshine State

State Economy The current population of the state of Sunshine State, Florida is approximately 21.94 million people[1]. Florida is the…

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Brian Nichols Podcast – What’s Stopping Green Energy From Saving Us From Climate Change?

The Brian Nichols Show is for libertarians, conservatives, Republicans, moderates, independents, and even those on the left, who are actively…

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Vietnam Turning From Coal To Clean Green Energy

National Economy The population of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Vietnam) is approximately 97.89 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of…

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Mexico’s Ever Increasing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

National Economy The population of the United Mexican States (Mexico) is approximately 129.76 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the…

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India Is Reducing Emissions While Delivering Economic Growth

National Economy The population of the Republic of India is approximately 1,388.27 million people[1]. In 2019, 99.6% of the people…

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Israel’s Move To Renewable Energy

National Economy The population of the State of Israel is approximately 8.74 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of the people…

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