Governor Brown Takes on Climate Change in California

California Governor Jerry Brown has pledged to lead in the fight against climate change. His goal is to put 1.5 million zero-emission cars on the roads of his state over… Read More

Climate Change and Global Warming Part 2

Yesterday’s post focused on a leaked draft of a United Nations Report obtained by Bloomberg.com The document claims that humans risk causing irreversible and widespread damage to the planet if… Read More

What kinds of renewable energy technologies are poised to grow to meet energy demands if nuclear power becomes a diminished option?

With nuclear power plants under scrutiny across the US, thoughts turn toward renewable energy as a potential replacement. Even Germany is beginning to phase out its nuclear power plants in… Read More

Is the move to “go green” too costly of an option?

Although the environmental movement advocates using resources in a sustainable manner, doing so come with a price tag, begging the question of whether our economy will ever reach a point… Read More

Is solar energy an option for cities located in regions with limited months of sunlight?

As solar installations ranging from small residential applications to large utility-scale solar farms have become more commonplace, questions arise about the efficacy of solar energy in locations where the sun… Read More