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Getting to 100% Renewables Requires Cheap Energy Storage.  But How Cheap? – By David Roberts

One of the most heated and interesting debates in the energy world today has to do with how far the US can get on carbon-free renewable energy alone.One faction believes that renewables can supply 100 percent of US energy, with…

Global Warming? An Israeli Astrophysicist Provides Alternative View That Is Not Easy To Reject – Forbes

Global warming and post apocalyptic future. Climate change and melting of glaciers. Statue of Liberty collapses under water and new New York city skyline on an artificial island. Perhaps the catastrophic predictions are overblown. Getty The U.S. auto industry and…

Cost-Effective ‘Renewable’ Energy Is Like Unobtanium: A Fictional Construct

The left just loves to tout “renewable energy” as the clean, green panacea, something that will save the Earth. Just look at the foremost proponent of this, California’s Gov. Gavin Newsom: On day one, I will issue a directive putting…

July 2019 Hottest Month On Record

The July 2019 temperature was on a par with, and possibly marginally higher than, that of July 2016, according to a World Meteorological Organization (WMO) news release pointing an image by the Copernicus Climate Change Programme that is used as the background…

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COSTA RICA: Nation nears 100% renewable energy, but hurdles remain

Costa Rica is inching ever closer toward its goal of generating all its electricity from renewable resources. But big hurdles remain, including uncertainties about how climate change will affect the small country.

How the Tech Giants Are Fueling a Solar Revolution

From the way we shop to the way we socialize, the internet affects nearly everything we do these days.  This dramatic change in our way of life has been fueled by a handful of large tech companies, companies that are…

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Wherever you go, the Layover Travel Blanket has you covered

Even if you’re lucky enough to scare up a blanket on a commercial flight anymore, it’s a thin, likely germ-filled scrap of fabric that leaves you debating whether to cover your top half or your bottom half. The inventors of the Layover Travel Blanket have solved this problem while incorporating sustainability along the way.  The Layover is a packable travel blanket that can be used in planes, trains, automobiles, at the stadium, or on a camping trip. It has some features you’d expect…