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…Continue
Added by Robb Hirsch on March 4, 2011 at 10:59am — No Comments
We're scorching our planet. I heard it, I believe it, and I'm trying to stop it. But I can't help but feel alone in my battle for the future of our home. But why does it seem like no one else is trying to stop this obvious and eminent disaster?
There is a significant percentage of Americans that don't believe in anthropogenic (human caused) global warming, anywhere from 25-35% depending on the poll. Actually, it took me a while to believe in climate…Continue
Added by Jon Dunn on February 28, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
The Climate Change Leadership Institute (CCLI) invites you to Cool the Climate at www.takeresponsibility.us.
As the politics of global warming heats up, as fossil fuel interests fight to keep a stranglehold on our economy, we the people must stay cool-headed & focused on the facts regarding human-induced climate change. Fear will govern us to be divided and in denial about this…Continue
Added by Robb Hirsch on January 31, 2011 at 2:11pm — No Comments
Clean energy was the major focus of innovation leadership that President Obama called for in the State of the Union address -- see more details in the Daily Energy Report and Climate Solutions: http://www.dailyenergyreport.com/2011/01/obama-state-of-union-address-80-clean-power-by-2035/ ; …Continue
Added by Robb Hirsch on January 28, 2011 at 11:54am — No Comments
In 2010, our nation regrettably did not enact meaningful climate legislation, we did not institute a price for emitting carbon dioxide, nor did we enact a national renewable energy~electricity standard -- all of which are critical to our future success and sustainability. But the United States did make some incremental progress which is worth noting, protecting and building on in 2011.
Vital tax incentives were extended for renewable energy development (see the NYTimes story…Continue
Added by Robb Hirsch on December 28, 2010 at 11:24am — No Comments
So here is a list of links to various environmental organizations across the state from the great people at the New Mexico Environmental Law Center. If you are looking for places to volunteer this is a great resource list. Also, CCLI is on the search for some brand new interns for the coming year so please let us know if there is someone you know who would like to apply or if you would like to apply yourself.…Continue
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On Wednesday Eco Flight (http://www.ecoflight.info/) which gives politicians, business leaders and students an eagle eye perspective of the polluting and non-poluting energy projects around the country, Bill Brown a Taos based renewable energy expert with the Climate Project (http://www.theclimateprojectus.org/ourpresenters.php?id=61) and CCLI (…Continue
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Yesterday's lead story about the US military converting to renewables is most encouraging and underscores that a renewables revolution is at hand and that making this transormation to pollutoin free power is in our foremost economic, health and national security interest. The aspiring goal of the armed forces is to become 50% renewable by 2020. We should more than applaud this development, we should keep pace by pushing our selves, our workplaces, our communities, our municipilaties, our…Continue
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I'm passing on this message from one of our site members Lillia Diaz. CCLI will be there, and we would love for you to join us. This is an oppourtunity to be heard, don't miss it!
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>The Environmental Improvement Board will review a regional cap and trade
>program on carbon emissions…
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Check out their awesome sustainable ag. program!
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Hope you heard us on the air with Chris yesterday morning! If you didn't here is an instant replay. Thanks again, Hutton Broadcasting!
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