Still Doubt the Dirty Energy Lobby’s Power? Read how they got more of your money…

But an additional factor in dirty energy’s big haul on the stimulus is that they found takers in the mass of bureaucrats and appointees well below the senior White House staff level. There were dozens of people, in all likelihood, who were willing to cut deals with dirty energy lobbyists because of pressure from pro-dirty energy electeds in Congress, their own career interests and a simple lack of commitment to carry out the President’s pro-sustainability direction.
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Must-See Post Carbon Institute Video: “300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds”

The Post Carbon Institute has produced a compelling, high-pass-around-value video, “300 years of fossil fuels in 300 seconds.” The video charts the path to our current addiction to fossil fuels, shows why it’s so destructive, and makes the case for case for changing it. Far from the propaganda spewing from the dirty energy lobby, it demonstrates beautifully why we can’t afford to stay with the untenable status quo.
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The Wind’s at the Back of Offshore Wind

Last week, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar launched his ‘Smart from the Start’ Atlantic OCS Offshore Wind Initiative, Its objective is to “speed up development of wind energy by searching the Atlantic Coast for the most desirable places to build windmills rather than wait...
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Have We Found the Real “Climategate” Scandal?

Despite overwhelming evidence that anthropogenic climate change is real, potentially catastrophic, and accelerating, the theft of the East Anglia emails a year ago was turned into “Climategate” by the dirty energy lobby.  This non-scandal was nothing but a bunch of hot air, perpetrated by “deniers,”...
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Great News from Massachusetts on Wind Power!

On October 12, I suggested one answer to the question: “How can solar and other renewables possibly push back against the fossil fuel industries, which have so many more resources to commit to the fight?” One way is focusing cleantech advocacy efforts on wearing down...
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