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The Economy vs. The Climate

<p><span style="font-size: 9pt; font-family: ">Let me introduce myself: I usually blog for RealClimate.org and occasionally for One-degree (climate.weather.com), where I write about issues that I know well: climate science.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /> </span><span style="font-size: 9pt; font-family: "><br /> Here at Jus

Warm Calling?

<p>I have never heard of &lsquo;cold calling&rsquo; on anyone&rsquo;s list of favorite things to do, but I am beginning to think it should be.

Worst of times? Or best of times?

<p>Overwhelmed by endless bad news about environmental degradation, social injustice, war and all the rest of it, I used to feel burdened with a responsibility to do something about it.</p>

Earth for Hire - are capitalists the new conservationists?

Earth for Hire - are capitalists the new conservationists?

A Green Solution To Red Asphalt

<p><a href="allthings/55/Solving-Two-Crises-with-a-Single-Platform.html" target="_blank">In my last installment</a>, I told you about the Interstate Traveler Hydrogen Superhighway and shared a compelling interview which its inventor, Justin Sutton, agreed to give to the world. Now, I&rsquo;d like to focus your attention on a niche technology which is based on Mr.

Solving Two Crises with a Single Platform

<p>After global warming, what is the greatest crisis threatening the industrialized world? Deforestation? Nuclear proliferation? Terrorism? Nay, those are all pressing and nearly intractable issues but at the top of the list is municipal infrastructure.

Solar Industry Sees Expansion in Near Future

<p>US technology research firm iSuppli, released a report with an optimistic forecast for the solar industry:<br /> <br /> <em>Worldwide investments in the production of Photovoltaic (PV) cells will rise to the same level as those for semiconductor manufacturing by 2010, due to booming demand for solar energy, accordi


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