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Obama Launches Solar Energy Job Program For 50,000 Veterans

Obama Launches Solar Energy Job Program For 50,000 Veterans

On Thursday, President Obama performed a two-pronged end run around Republican obstruction to addressing climate change and jobs for veterans. A six-year program will launch this fall to train veterans in the growing solar panel installation industry. The program is due to be enacted at American military bases and will provide training for at least 50,000 […]

One Year Later: An Update On My Solar Investments

In September 2013 I wrote about investing in solar projects with Mosaic Solar based in Oakland, California. I also wrote an update last November. I thought this would be a good time to fill you in on the progress of the loans I made and how things have worked out so far. In a word: fabulously! First […]

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NASA Spots Delaware-Sized Methane ‘Hot Spot’ From Space

NASA has confirmed that a methane cloud the size of Delaware is situated over the Four Corners area of the U.S. southwest. Initially, the readings were suspected to be a glitch in the system because the levels were so high, however, NASA scientists have confirmed that the methane hot spot is real. Christian Frankenberg, a research […]

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The GOP’s Top 10 Craziest Climate Change Deniers

There are still people (most are Republicans) who refuse to acknowledge the science that links climate change to human-driven global warming. Here are 10 of their craziest quotes: 1 – Michele Bachmann (R- MN) – “[Pelosi] is committed to her global warming fanaticism to the point where she has said that she’s just trying to […]

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Know a Climate Change Denier? Show Them This Video!

This is a video from NASA. You know the National Aeronautics and Space Administration? They’re kind of experts on this stuff. This is a very short (13 second) animation that illustrates how temperatures around the world have warmed since the 1950s. You’ll note accelerated temperatures trending in the late 1970s as greenhouse gas emissions from […]

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