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A vast majority of registered Latino voters support clean energy innovation, protecting public lands and cleaning up toxic pollution, according to a new national survey. Even more of them believe they have a moral obligation to do something about it. 86% of the 1,131 Latinos surveyed would prefer the US government to invest in clean, [...]
600 million people without power – and those were the ones expecting to have power. I’m not going to join the chorus of critical voices reacting to two of the world’s largest power black-outs this week in India. While surely there is ample blame to go around, it’s not really clear what happened. It could [...]
The liberal mantra, “go green” is finding its mainstream voice. Nowhere is this more evident than in our nation’s urban areas. Easing the pollution of our congested areas, investing in our nation’s future by recycling its’ past, in short, going green, while giving city’s a facelift, it’s all part of a new trend. At first [...]
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