March 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Worldwide Turmoil in Conventional Energy Underscores Value of Scaling Renewables & Conservation

Our hearts go out to the Japanese people as they deal with the nuclear crisis and the aftermath of their most devastating earthquake and tsunami. We offer our support and affection as they nobly begin the long process of rebuilding their country.

It's clear that this very sad and unfortunate nuclear crisis will deeply affect the nuclear industry as far as safety perceptions and permitting of new projects go. And while it is also clear that nuclear offers the world a major way forward…

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Added by Robb Hirsch on March 18, 2011 at 9:32am — No Comments

Planning Sustainable Spring Break Trips

Beaches, music festivals, road trips, and old friends. Yep, Spring Break is here. But that doesn’t mean that we should take a break from being sustainable. Here are a few tips to help you and the environment:

 

1) Carpool - This is an easy one but, unfortunately, one that isn’t done often enough. I’m headed out to Cali this week. 8 days. 12 people. And only 1 car.

 

2) Conserve - Figures show that when we’re on vacation many of us use much more water and…

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Added by Jon Dunn on March 14, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

The Middle East should be a wake up call for economic freedom, clean energy independence and democracy in America

Our economic recovery is in serious jeopardy because of our dependency on foreign oil coming to the forefront now from the high price of crude oil with the turmoil in the Middle East. Even Saudia Arabia, and its immediate neighbors, are not immune to major changes from within which could lead to brutal retaliation from the top and then who knows what will ensue. We at CCLI applaud…

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Added by Robb Hirsch on March 7, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Climate Change Activst on Trial

From the Boston Tea Party to anti-slavery campaigns, and the civil rights movement to women’s suffrage, non-violent direct action has been part of every great movement in American history. The ongoing environmental movement is no different and will also require similar actions to defeat the harmful energy-industrial complex.

 

On December 19th, 2009, Tim DeChristopher, a graduate student, posed as a bidder in a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) auction to sell over…

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Added by Jon Dunn on March 7, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Our future pays the price for the fossil fuel industry's irresponsibility; imagine if America shouldered the real price today...

While natural gas could serve as an interim energy source that could among other things help in our vehicle fleet as we transition away from the dirtier C02 emitting fossil fuels of oil & coal and while it can also help provide us energy independence, the natural gas industry must come clean with the American public.  President Obama's inclusion of natural gas as a "clean energy" in his State of the Union is untrue and inappapropriate because the industry is concealing the truth and…

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Added by Robb Hirsch on March 4, 2011 at 10:59am — No Comments

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