Tag Archives: climate change

Oil’s Competitor: EVs

What kind of car do you drive? A sedan? A truck? A SUV? Who manufactures it? Toyota? Chevrolet? Ford, Dodge, Chrysler? Maybe you have joined the small population who drives EVs (electric vehicles) made by Tesla, Chevrolet or Nissan. If you have not, you are in for a big change within the next decade as […]

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Meet CO2’s little sibling, CH4, Otherwise Known as Methane

You flip on a light to see, a TV to entertain or an oven to cook. Your refrigerator runs 24/7. You charge your phone overnight. Where does this energy to power our homes come from? Traditionally, our energy came from coal-powered plants. However, in recent years, the Obama administration has been relentless in closing these […]

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Does the Green Industry Have A Dark Side?

The green business centered on transitioning to cleaner and more sustainable energy forms has skyrocketed in the recent years. Of all the countries promoting the transition to cleaner energy, Germany has emerged as the leader by giving subsidies to support wind and solar energy and shutting down nuclear and coal power plants. These efforts are […]

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In the Face of an Upcoming Election, Do You Know What Each Candidate Stands For?

The upcoming presidency will be monumental in regards climate change. In these next 8 years, we will either combat or endorse climate change. This being said, the president we elect will play a HUGE role on America’s energies policies. This article from Business Insider made me take a second look at who supported what and […]

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