Written by Rob McDonald | September 1st, 2011
Energy efficiency leads to lower energy prices—but will that mean more energy consumption? One in-vogue theory says yes, but Conservancy scientist Rob McDonald says it’s not so hot.
Written by Nicole Levins | August 31st, 2011
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 31st, 2011
Written by Joseph Kiesecker | March 21st, 2011
Nature Conservancy lead scientist Joe Kiesecker takes a hard look at what it really means to produce green energy.
Written by Nicole Levins | August 25th, 2010
Written by Nicole Levins | May 4th, 2010
Written by Rob McDonald | November 5th, 2009
As the “energy sprawl” idea has been discussed and debated in the media, I (one of the paper’s co-authors) have grown a thick skin against criticism. Perhaps the harshest piece of invective, however, still bothers me: the criticism by Matt Wasson in the Huffington Post. The factual criticisms Matt makes aren’t that troublesome to me, […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | October 1st, 2009
It’s the first of the month, time for a fresh start — like iPhone apps that track climate change, a replacement for coal and dam removal on the Klamath (did you ever think you’d see the day?!). Of course, there’s also disappearing species (the Chinese paddlefish)… well, 4 out of 5 ain’t bad. Read on for today’s […]
Written by Dave Connell | July 16th, 2009
Seriously, this is going to be a regular thing. Why? Because we love twitter. Think ACES is going to be the end of coal as we know it? Think again. SolveClimate reports that 43 old fashioned coal-fired power plants that are either already under construction or into the permitting process will come online without the […]