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The Rains Have Returned?

Wednesday afternoon April 15th felt a little strange.  Something didn’t feel right.  Maybe it was the cloud formations in combination with the wind patterns but something didn’t feel right climatically. 530 more words

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The downfall of coal: job trends in a changing energy landscape

Recent years have not been good to the coal industry. Through the 20th century, the industry had a strong clamp on electricity generation with coal-fired power plants littering the US landscape. 1,113 more words

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FEATURE: Renewable Energy Festival 2015

The sun was out in all its glory on Saturday, the 28th of March providing full power for the Renewable Energy Festival. For the first time, this year’s festival was synchronised with the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) global lights-off event: Earth Hour. 829 more words

Renewable Energy: The Key to the Future

Renowned Harvard scientist and professor, Daniel G. Nocera, spoke at Ithaca College today about his work in renewable energy.

Nocera is most notably known for developing an artificial leaf. 227 more words

Importance of energy conservation in the Navy

As we continue through Earth Month we have opportunities to talk about energy conservation, and in this case, why that is so important to the US Navy both on shore and while out at sea.  130 more words

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