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Germany’s Energy Transition – Upcoming Changes

The opinions on the German energy transition are quite diverse. Some claim that the Germany is on its way to a deindustrialized state, as electricity prices soar, whereas other commenters argue that only the bold actions in Germany enabled the success of renewables, not only in Germany but also in other parts of the world. 1,100 more words


Germany's Energy Transition - Part 2

As I mentioned in my previous post, today we will dive deeper into some more critical and controversial points of the German energy transition. 1,225 more words

Energy Transition

Wild Wild West in Wyoming! Part 4

One of the bad things about trying to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time is that you don’t have the luxury of stopping and seeing a bunch of things that weren’t already on the list. 1,694 more words


Climate Comes of Age in Political Ads

“So what’s a Republican, like me, doing at a wind farm?” asks GOP Colorado Senate candidate Cory Gardner in the ad above.
Damn good question, given the… 381 more words

Crock Of The Week

Not Another Drop of Diesel for the Gorgeous Island of El Hierro

A part of the Canary Islands, 1000 kilometers out into the Atlantic off the coast of Northern Africa, El Hierro is literally never front-page news, or even back-page news.  262 more words

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Bats: Going, Going, Gone?

A bat is beautifully soft and silky; I do not know any creature that is pleasanter to the touch or is more grateful for caressings, if offered in the right spirit.

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