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Only 1/3 of Americans 'Willing' to Change Behavior for Environment

As Michael Grunwald noted in his piece on TIME’s recent energy poll, Americans lag far behind other nations in their willingness to help the environment. Here, only 33% of Americans say they “strongly agree” they would modify their behavior to reduce their carbon footprint, compared to 43% of people from other countries. 11 more words

How easy is it being green?

You can hardly go a day without reading something about “green initiatives” – it’s essentially become a self-parody. How much, then do people actually care about environmental issues? 117 more words


Professional hockey is going green one ice rink at a time

Unlike glaciers, the ice played on by the National Hockey League players won’t be melting any time soon. That’s thanks to some new environmentally focused initiatives that the NHL touts as setting a precedent for pro sports leagues. 458 more words


The Next Part of July 2014!

I felt guided to write another energy update for July as this is quite a pivotal month in 2014 for the new energies coming through, especially right now! 547 more words

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You Are Spirit

As you awaken, as you become more conscious, you begin to recognize that you are worthy of Spirit’s love, not because you have worked hard, not because you have allowed yourself to ascend, not because you strive for enlightenment, but because – YOU ARE SPIRIT! 432 more words

The newest tool for offshore exploration: ocean-going drones

As you might expect for one of the world’s most lucrative businesses—which counts four of the top 10 companies in this year’s Fortune 500—companies in the oil and gas industry use fairly sophisticated technologies when exploring and tapping offshore hydrocarbon reserves. 1,382 more words


Big companies join ranks to push for more clean energy

David Ozment, Walmart’s energy czar, insists the world’s largest company is committed to achieving its goal of using 100% renewable energy, but it is frustrated with the lack of choices in the marketplace. 707 more words