Columbia’s Energy Transformation

National Economy The population of the Republic of Columbia is approximately 51.64 million people[1]. In 2019, 99.8 % of the…

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The Beehive State Slowly Turns From Coal

State Economy The population of the “Beehive State,” Utah is approximately 3.18 million people[1]. Utah is the 32nd most populated…

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South Korea’s Energy Conundrum

National Economy The population of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) is approximately 51.33 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of…

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ARE THE GOLDEN STATE’S DREAMS OF A GREEN FUTURE POSSIBLE? ….With A Little Help From Offshore Wind And Its Neighbors

State Economy The population of the Golden State, California is approximately 39.61 million people[1]. California is the most populated state…

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Belgium’s Energy Conundrum

National Economy The population of the Kingdom of Belgium is approximately 11.66 million people[1]. In 2020, 100% of the people…

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Turkey Is Harnessing The Wind

National Economy The population of the Republic of Turkey is approximately 85.60 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of the people…

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Chile Implementing A Carbon Neutral Program

National Economy The population of the Republic of Chile is approximately 19.34 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of the people…

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The Hill Op-Ed by Jack Kerfoot

Which states are making real and timely progress on climate change? The clock is ticking Click the link below –…

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The Good, Bad, & Ugly Emissions Story Of The Keystone State

State Economy The population of the “Keystone State”, Pennsylvania is approximately 12.80 million people[1]. Pennsylvania is the 5th most populated…

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The Clock Is Ticking On Climate Change, Which State In The Midwest Is Making Real Progress?

Efforts to address climate change is gaining momentum in the United States. However, environmental philosophies and policies vary significantly from…

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