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MaaS - Mobility as a Service in the New Economy

My year without a car, and why I think that’s trending.

It’s been almost a year since I’ve owned a car, and a month since I’ve driven one. 969 more words

2014 Colorado November election:

From The Colorado Statesman (Ernest Luning):

“High and dry is not a water plan,” Beauprez responded to a question about water storage. “We simply must put a shovel in the ground.”

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Colorado Water

Our So-Called Foreign Policy: Hawkish and Dovish Middle East Quackery on Display

If you’re still not convinced that America’s embryonic campaign against ISIS terrorism in the Middle East is heading toward an epic crackup, check out today’s… 1,155 more words

Our So-Called Foreign Policy

Pagosa Springs geothermal project: Concerns over legality of funds transfer to public-private partnership

From the Pagosa Springs Sun (Ed Fincher):

According to 18th century Scots poet Robert Burns, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.”

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Colorado Water

Export oil, deplete supply, price goes up

Pressure reportedly is mounting on Capitol Hill to lift a four-decade ban on exporting U.S. crude oil.

This notion gives me pause. I’m not totally against it. 288 more words

National News

Terry McCrann: The Answer to Our Energy Future Ain't Wind Power

Answer ain’t blowing in the wind
Terry McCrann
The Australian
13 September 2014

IT’S doubtful that those who have attacked Dick Warburton’s review of the Renewable Energy Target have actually read even the executive summary, other than through a misty film of increasingly foam-flecked rage or rising horror at the prospect of the cookie jar being snatched from their grasp. 1,209 more words

Big Wind Industry