Land of Enchantment’s Green Energy Transformation

State Economy The population of the “Land of Enchantment”  New Mexico is approximately 2.11 million people[1]. New Mexico is the…

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

Efforts to address climate change are gaining momentum across the United States. However, environmental philosophies and policies vary dramatically from…

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

Efforts to address climate change are gaining momentum across the United States. However, environmental philosophies and policies vary dramatically from…

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The Garden State Is On Track For Net Zero Emissions

State Economy The population of the Garden State,  New Jersey is approximately 8.87 million people[1]. New Jersey is the 11th…

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Economics Driving Egypt To Renewables

The population of the Arab Republic of Egypt is approximately 104.14 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in…

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EARTH 911 Podcast – What Is Stopping Green Energy From Saving Us From Climate Change

EARTH 911 is a podcast on climate change and our environment hosted by Mitch Radcliff out of Seattle, Washington. Earth…

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America’s Evolving Energy Policies

America became a net importer of oil in 1951 due to the post World War II booming economy and the…

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KYNT AM 1450 – Jack Kerfoot Radio Interview on “What Will America’s Energy Revolution Mean For Your Pocketbook?”

David Leonard, Host of Alive At Five with KYNT out of Yankton, South Dakota interviewed Jack Kerfoot, scientist, energy expert…

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AMERICA’S MOVE TO RENEWABLE ENERGY

In 2005, coal was used to generate over 51% of the electricity in the United States. In 2018, utilities in…

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Going Green – Three Options

Severe weather, devastating forest fires and compelling scientific data are all compelling reasons to believe that the growing industrialization of…

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