Tag Archives: environmentalism


Why Solar is Beating Wind

Why Solar is Beating Wind

Renewable energy helps sustain energy in a way that is protective of the environment. However, the renewable energy market is equally just as important to the stability of the financial market. Specifically, solar energy has made a rapid expansion on our planet during the past decade. Recently, the renewable source of energy surpassed the growth


China: Ready to Fight Pollution

Ozone, water vapor, nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide (CO2) are a group of gases called greenhouse gases. Their primary function is to make the earth habitable. Although CO2 has always been the most abundant greenhouse gas, it has become too plentiful in the earth’s atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution, contributing to an accelerated rate of


The 3 E’s: Energy Consumption, Economics, and Environmentalism

To simplify where we are as a civilization and where we’re going with respect to energy consumption, economics, and environmentalism, it’s useful to postulate three broad “plans”: Plan A:  We continue on our current course. We ignore the fact that our population will soon be growing from 7 billion to 10 billion, and that an ever-growing