Renewable Energy

Environmental News: Grist Environmental News

The Latest News from Grist Britain’s Conservatives challenge Labor for mantle of greenest party 29 Sep 2006 at 3:09pm Americans, prepare to be jealous, says Peter Madden, head of Britain’s Forum for the Future. In the U.K., the two main political parties are competing to be seen as the greenest — and the Conservatives are currently in the lead. That’s largely due to Conservative …

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American Energy: The Renewable Path to Energy Security

Worldwatch Institute – Sept. 18 2006 WASHINGTON, D.C.-Renewable resources currently provide just over 6 percent of total U.S. energy, but that figure could increase rapidly in the years ahead, according to a joint report released today by the Worldwatch Institute and the Center for American ProgressCenter for American Progress, American Energy: The Renewable Path to Energy Security. Many of the new technologies that harness …

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Bush Sees the Light?

Reported by Grist News on September 18, 2006 Grist reports that Administration insiders are susggesting that President Bush is about to make a U-turn in his climate change rhetoric and call for control of carbon emissions and rapidly boost renewable energy programs. Get the story here climate change global warming renewable energy george bush carbon dioxide emissions

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Proposed energy plan creates windstorm of debate

The following news item reported in the Roanoke Times   The firm proposing the windmills and Highland County landowners are fighting a legal battle. By John Cramer, 981-3140 Virginia’s first proposed wind farm cleared another legal hurdle Thursday when a Highland County judge ruled for the third time this month against landowners seeking to keep the huge windmills off the county’s ridgelines. But the …

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