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New Report: Millions of US Workers Stand to Gain from Green Industries. Today’s Job Skills Will Be Essential in Tomorrow’s Clean-Energy Economy.
New nuclear reactors are a risk to our climate, safety and economy.
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N.C. SURVEY: PUBLIC WOULD PULL PLUG ON DUKE ENERGY’S PROPOSED COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT IN CLIFFSIDE Survey of 600 N.C. Adults Shows Strong Preference for Clean Energy, More Conservation & Energy-Efficiency; About 6 in 10 State Residents Would Be More Likely to Support Political Candidate Who Opposes Cliffside Plant. RALEIGH, N.C.///April 22, …
North Carolina faces severe challenges that require a new relationship between Progress Energy and the public. CEO Bill Johnson should help launch the massive national effort needed to avert an unprecedented catastrophe.
Renewable Energy Jobs Soar in Germany By Jane Burgermeister RenewableEnergyWorld.com Tuesday 08 April 2008 Vienna, Austria – Renewable energy jobs in Germany shot up to 249,300 in 2007, almost double the 160,500 green jobs in Germany in 2004. According to revised government figures, as many as 400,000 people could be …
March 25, 2008 To: Mr. James E. Rogers, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Energy From: Jim Hansen, Columbia University Earth Institute Subject: A Plea for Cooperation and Leadership Dear Mr. Rogers, I was glad to see you attend my talk on climate change in Charlotte last November. I …
It’s official: Greenville Utilities Commission’s energy-efficiency program for new home construction actually works, and quite well. Faculty members in the East Carolina University Department of Engineering conducted a study, commissioned by ElectriCities, to examine the effectiveness of Greenville Utilities’ E-300 program.
Dr. James Hansen, the nation’s foremost climatologist, will bring his urgent message against corporate influence over energy-and-climate decisions to North Carolina at a pair of forums in Charlotte and Chapel Hill hosted by the Carolinas Clean Air Coalition and NC WARN. Mike Nicklas, an internationally recognized green architect and leader in renewable energy, will join Dr. Hansen.